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CATALOOUE 



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fiftieth Annual Session 



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LaGrange - Female « College, 



I iORANQE, (inORGlA. 



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INSTITUTED is.lt. * » a Cll \UU till) 1846. 



Judqe us by our u/or% 



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BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 



NAMH. 
Rev. R. J. BIGHAM. D. D 
JOHN R. BROOME 
H. H. CARY. A. M.. M. D 
JAMES W. CHAPMAN 
W. L. CLEAVELAND 

0. A. DUNSON 
JOHN D. EDMUNDSON 
J. T. GIBSON. D. D 

W. F. GLENN. D. D 
W. V. GRAY 

Hon. HENRY R. HARRIS 
J. W. HEIDT. D. D 
J. C. HENDRIX 
Rev. F. G. HUGHES 
Rev. A. P. JONES 
Ma;. R. S. McFARLIN 
Mai. JOHN W. McGEE 
J.F. MIXON. D. D 

1. F. OGLETREE 
J. F. PARK. LL. D 
L. M. PARK 

Rev. W. A. PARKS 

p . D. PITMAN. H. D 

Hon. J. H. PITMAN 

Rev. W. F. QUILLIAN 

F. P. RANDLE 

JOHN L. ROBERTSON 

J. B. ROBINS, D. D 

B.T.THOMPSON. Esq 

C. V. TRUITT 

J. R.TUCKER. M. D 

Hon.W. A.TURNER 

W. W. WADSWORTH. D. D 

Wm.S. WITHAM 

W. W. WISDOM 



Yl.su BLBCTBD. 


HI SID 1 \o/ 


1895 


Atlanta. Ga 


1869 


LaGrange. Ga 


1874 


LaGrange. Ga. 


1892 


Washington, Ga 


1 


La(. 


1895 


LaGrange, Ga 


1887 


LaGrange. Ga. 


1895 


Atlanta. Ga. 


1 89- 


Atlanta. Ga. 


1889 


LaG 


1877 


Greenville. Ga. 


1892 


Atlanta. Ga. 


.1892 


Atlanta, Ga. 


1895 


LaGrange. Ga. 


1887 


LaGrange. Ga. 


1879 


New Orleans. La. 


1892 


LaGrange. Ga. 


1886 


Atlanta. Ga. 


1892 


Stinson. Ga. 


1887 


LaGrange. Ga. 


. - 1892 


LaGrange. G.i. 


1892 


Dahlonega. Ga. 


1883 


LaGrange. Ga. 


1893 


LaGrange, Ga. 


1891 


Cartersville. Ga. 


1892 


Roanoke. Ala. 


1886 


Greenville. Ga. 


1893 


Atlanta. Ga. 


1889 


Newnan Ga. 


1895 


LaGrang* r,n 


1895 


Carnesville. Gi 


1892 


Newnan. Ga. 


1892 


Atlanta. Ga. 


18/6 


Atlanta. Ga. 


1895 


LaGrange. Ga. 



Officers of the Board. 



Wm . S. Witkam 
W V. Gkay 



I try and Tn 



FACULTY 



IWM-95. 



Literary Department. 

RUFUS W. SMITH. A. M., 
Mental and Moral Science. 






EULER B. SMITH. A. M.. 
Lngllsh, Spanish, Pedagogy. 

Mrs. RUFUS W. SMITH. 
Mathematics. French. 

Rev. HUBERT M. SMITH. A. B.. 
Ureek, Literary Department. 

CLIFFORD L. SMITH. 
Hookkeeping. 

LEON P. SMITH, A. B., 
Natural Science, Latin, German. 

Mrs. HUBERT M. SMITH. A. B. 
Literary Department. 

MISS HELEN MARKS. 
lllocution. Physical Culture. 

Mrs. LEON P. SMITH. A. B.. 
Preparatory Department. 



Music Department. 

ALWYN M. SMITH. Director. 
Voice Culture, Harmony. Chorus. Sight-Singing. Musical History. 

Mrs. ALWYN M. SMITH, (Graduate N. E. Conservatory). 
Vakx Culture, (trgan. 



LAGRANGE FEMALE COLLEGE. 

MISS MIRIAM WEST. A. M.. B. M.. 
I'iiimi. Theory. Musical Analysis. 

Miss MAIDEE SMITH. A. 3.. B. I. M.. 
Piano. Theory . 

Miss CLAIRE L. SMITH. A B.. B. I. M. 
Piano, Theory. 

CLIFFORD L. SMITH. 
Violin. 

Miss ALLIE JONES. B. S.. 
iuitar. 

Art D partment. 

Miss MAM E H0LIF1ELD. 



Industrial Department. 

Mrs. J. E. JONES. 
Dressmaking. 

Miss ALLIE JONES. B. S.. 
Stenography , Typewriting. 



College home. 

Mrs. RUFUS W. SMITH, Lady Principal. 
Mi:,:, IRIS PEARSON, D Dee-aptv 



Officers of the Faculty . 

RUFUS W. SMITH. Pw 
EULER B. SMITH. Secretary. 




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RITFUS W. SMITH. Pkesident. 



ALUMNAE. 



PLEASE inform us concerning marriages, dea .is, omitted alumnae 
or any errors in the names below. Information con:erning address, 
occupation, etc.. will be thankfully received. I married, state hus 
band's name, title, and address. Send us cata jgues issued prior to 
1886. Di ceased alumnae are indicated thu. 



IK46. 



..1AIDEN NAME. 

Elizabeth L. Burfc." 

Sirah B. Cameron 



married name. 



Mr Swanson.* 



M> iDEN NAME. 

Sara t T. Cameron 



MAKRIED NAME. 

Mr;. Hill.* 



1847. 



Adelaide E. Bigham * 
Sa r ah H Cooper. Mrs. Newton 

Tabitha E. Hill. Mr:. 

Martha R. Hill. Mr:,. Polls.* 

Rebecca V Marshall* 



Sirah C. Morgan. 

ii ■ orne. 

.' >usan J. Pr- 
Marj A. Saui.de s* 



Mrs. Barber. 
Mrs. Weekes. 

Mrs. Bunklev. 



1818. 



Mary A. Broughton. Mrs Montgomery. 
Eliza J. Bryan. Mrs Martin. 
AmannthaC. Cameron. Mrs. Gibson. 
?arah Clay! Ml*. Jeter. 
Mrs. Willis, 
Jane E. Gilbert. Mrs. . 



Fran e:;J.Gree 'Wood.Mrs. Perry 
Saral J. Kidd Mrs. Camp.* 

Sara! E. King. 
Pauli e Lewis. 

•th Parham. 



Mrs. Pice. 
Mrs.Aj'crombie.* 
Mr;. Tignor * 



1840. 



Mrs. Ta'um.* 



Josephine H Akin, 
la C. Bigham 
Henrietta Broome * 
Sophroma S.Campbell. Mrs. F( 
Dorothy A. Chappell Mn Ma 
•vmanda A. DuBose. Mi 
Rrancea A. Favor, Mrs. Gol 



Broughton.Mr^ 
Mr:,. 
ha E. Dixon. 
■ a E. Dougl.i Mr 
-cissa W Douglas- 
a Forbes.* 
in A. Giilam M- . 
E. Griffin. 

Mrs 



til 

tilth. 



Mary P. Griggs. 
Susan A Maddox. 
Nan v Meaders. 
Acadia E fv 
E. Pitts. 
Elizabeth A. Slitisoi,. Mrs Ra 
Mary A. Thompson * 



Mrs. Neal.* 
Mrs. Johnson. 
Mrs Leak* 
Mrs. Dowdell. 

:ozier. 



I 850. 



Long. 


M i-tha F. Har 


Mrs. 


Harper. 


Gartrell,* 


Ann E. McGn 


Mrs. 


Akers.* 


Glamor.* 


Susan M Meai ors. 


Mr:, 


Brown.* 


Amoss 


Sarah C Nev t n 




Dozier. 


Bailey. 


Cordelia A R- 


M's 


Jones. 




R ibecca A. Slaton. 




Nicholson 


Goodman. 


Caroline S. Stephens 


Mrs 


Banks. 


McGehee 


Catherine C. Svnson 


Mr: 


Neal* 




Helen A. 


M. . 


Mitchell. 



LACRANGB FEMALE COLLEGE. 



I 85 I . 



MAIDEN NAM!. 


HARI 


MAIDEN N 


MAI 


Mary C. Aiford. 


Mrs 


Heard. 


Mary M. Douglass.* 






Tallulah Carter. 


Mta 


Wells* 


Susan W. Doi. 


Mrs 


Gunn. 


Mary J. Cox. 


Mrs 


Kener. 


Mary E. Dl 




Phillips. 


Ann Davis. 


Mr.. 




Mary Graves. 


W.- 


Lee. 




Jane E. Davis. 


Mrs 


Weston. 












1X52. 






L. C. Hampton. 


Mrs 


Davis. 


Ann Reid. 






Sarah Har 




Lockhart.* 


Mary F. Reid.* 






S. Celestia Hill. 


Mrs 


Means. 


Rebecca A. Rutledge 


Mr.,. 




Eliza J. Kidd. 


Mrs. 


Lane. 


inna Sharp. 






Susan McGeiiee. 
Jane Newton. 


Mrs. 


Hampton. 
Dozier. 


Catharine Spicer. 






Mrs 








ma. 






Lonne C. Acee 


Mrs 


Smith. 


E. S. Edmond 


Mi.. 


' 


Sarah A. Akers. 


Mrs 


Potts.* 


Mary Fall. 






Alberta V. Amoss. 


Mrs. 


Heard. 


Nancy Hall. 




Hal!. 


Isabella Baldrick.* 






Missouri Jones. 


Mr 


— . 


Louisa Bryan.* 
Anna Calhoun. 






Mary Lee. 
Mary Loyd. 






Mrs. 


Martin. 


Bradiield 


Emma Cameron. 


Mrs. 


Leonard.* 


Elizabeth Pace. 
Marietta Peep:' 


Mrs. 




Sarah B. Cameron. 


Mrs. 


Waters, 




Ellen Ciine. 


Mrs. 


Gaflney, 


Susan Presley. 


Mis. 


Pearson. 


Catherine Coleman. 






Harriet Spivey. 


Mrs. 


Marcus. 


Mary Eliza Colquitt. 


Mrs. 


Dix. 


ine Ware. 


Mrs. 




Caroline Craven. 


Mrs. 


Sappington.* 


Mary Whitfield. 


Mrs. 








MM. 






Sarah M. Bi> 






Lucy Pace. 


Mr:. 




Mary Colquitt. 


Mr:,. 


Green. 








Ann E. Cooper. 












Margaret Cunningham.* 




Sarah F. Reid. 


Mr:,. 




Amanda Edmondson 


» 




Susan Skeen, 






Harriet Edmondson. 


Mrs. 


Anderson. 


0. Smith. 


Mrs. 




Frances A. Harris. 


Mrs. 


Kimball* 


Sarah J. Stembi 


Mr:, 




Mary A King. 


Mr., 


Scott. 


Ma r y Siep 






Florida C. Ley. 


Mrs. 


Ward. 


R. T. Taliaferro. 






Mary M. McKemie. 


Mr:, 


Craven. 


Cornelia Tyler. 






Lucy A. Morrow 


Mr;, 






Mr 




1 




Bum* 









1855. 



Letitia J. Austell 

Martha A. Cogblll, 

Sarah A. D. i 

Virginia E. Edmondson. 

Margaret E Gr 

Sarah J. H . 

Mary H. Holland. 

Melissa N. Lam 

Phoebe G. Mai 

Henrietta E KimKrough. 

Margaret K. McDowell. 



Camilla P. Meadors. 

Margaret A. Mooney.Mrs. Ezzell. 

Blanche Morgan. Mrs. Juhnson. 

Maty E. Redwi- ■ 

Sarah W. Reese. • iace. 

Kate 1 Selleck. Mr:, I 

Eliza O. Shepherd. M.s Morgan. 

Mary F. Steagall M 

Susan E 

Emm;, 

Sarah E. Ward. Mrs Da' 



LAGRANGE FEMALE COLLEGE. 



IK56. 



. lWE. 

a A. Appleby. Mrs. 

Martha F. Blackburn, Mrs. 

■ E. Cameron. Mrs 

Martha C. Carter. Mrs. 

Sallie Craig. 

Lizzie W. Cunningham.* 
Elizabeth H. DeLoach. 
Ellen B. DeLoach. 
M. j. Edwards. Mrs 

Mrs. 
Susan E. Harrell, M':.. 

Anna III Mrs. 



M. E 

Frances Andrewi, 
M. Y. Atkinson. 
C. A. Baldric*.* 
E. Berry. 
Hadessa Bvrd. 
S. A. Cameron. 
Mary C. Cole* 
Laura A. Garlington. 



C. Bonner. 
L. H. 3rown. 

Hull. 
V. H. Clayton. 
J. A. Cooper. 
M A. Cox. 

Crowder. 
ion. 



EIJ NAME. 

McCraw. 

Gibson. 
Weaver* 



Thompson. 
Herring. 
Smith. 
Renwick. 



MAIDEN NAME. NAME. 

Nancy C. Hill. Mrs. Morgan. 

Harriet N. Lipscomb. Mrs. Kirby. 

Martha P. McKemie.Mrs. Craven. 

Anna H. Meadows. 

S. Indiana Pitts. Mrs. Stowe. 

Mary A. Powell. 

Rebecca 0. Powell. 

Sophia L. Saunders. 

Frances C Tennison. 

Mary C. Tyler. Mrs, Bynum. 



Philo Ware. 



IKS 7. 



Mrs. Heard. 

Mrs. Mallory. 

Mrs. Oglesby. 
Mrs. Traywick. 
Mrs. Colbert. 

Mrs. . 



Susan V. Harrell. 
Addie R. Powell. 
Hattie A. Shumate. 
Elizabeth Smith. 
Anna Steagall. 
Mary J. St: f . 
Anna E. Swanson. 
Martha Tooke. 
Fannie A. Ward. 



Ri i. Terrell. 
Mrs. Park.* 

Mr . Van Epps. 

M- . T'ugfle. 



I85K. 

A. 
E 
M 
M 
fc 
M 
M 



S. Greenwood. 
A. Ha-Tilton. 
A. E. Hamilton. 
J. Hamilton. 
C. Hanks. 
C. Reese. 
E. Speer. 



Mrs. Witherspoon. 



Mrs. May berry. 



Mrs. Clark. 
Mrs. 



Mrs. Tigner, 
Mrs. Swanson. 

Mrs. Johnson. 



Mrs. Slatter.* 






Mrs. Winship. 



IH5". 



L. Akers.* 
M. E. Beall. 

J. Carlton. 

- 

C. McKemie, 

Sue CM-: 
A. Moreland. 
Anna M 
P.. M \ 



Mr:,. Ridley* 
Ntl. Dozier. 

obb. 
Mrs. Flournoy. 

Craven. 
Mrs. Gritfin.* 
Mrs. Speer. 
Mn Ro 

Mr:, M 



Bettie Melson. 

M. B Puller,. Mrs. 

Mary Shepherd. Mrs. 

Mattie B. Shepherd. Mrs. 

Aley Smith. Mrs. 

Carrie Stinson. Mrs. 

Achsah Turner. Mrs. 
Ophelia Wilkes. 

Tinsley Winston. Mrs. 

Sarah Womack. Mrs. 

R, K. Woodward. Mrs. 



Russell.* 

Kirksey. 

Russell. 

Boddie. 

Ogletree* 

Marsh. 

Tumlin.* 

Winston.* 



Harris.' 



Emma L Bos'. 
M Abbie Callawav. 
Claude V Carl 
Elza J C 



Mr 






I K60. 

Edmondson. Alice Li 



Akers. 
Edwards.* 



S. Cornelia Lc\ 
Mollie J. Ml 
Fredonia Raiford. 
E. Reese. 



Mrs. Revill. 

Mrs Mooty, 
Mrs, MrFarlin. 
Mrs. Blondner. 



LAGRANGE FEMALE COLLEGE. 



I 85 I . 



MAIDEN •■■ 


MAKRlht NAMF 


. 


MAR 




Mary C. Alford. 




Heard. 


Mary M. Douglass.* 






Tallulah Carter. 


Ifi 


Wells* 


Susan W . 


Mrs 


Gunn. 


Mary J. Cox. 




Kener. 


Mary E. Drake. 






Ann Davis. 






Mary Graves. 








Jane E. Di 


Mrs 


Weston, 


1852. 






L. C. Ham: 




Davis. 


Ann Reid. 






Sarah Ha- 




Loc<hart. 


* Mary F. Reid.* 






S. Celesiia Hill. 


Mn 


Means. 


Rebecca A. R 




E 


Eliza J. Kidd. 




Lane. 


Roxanna Sh*' 


Mrs. 




Susan McGehee. 


Mrs. 


Hampton 


Catharine Spit • 


".' 


. 


Jane New: 




Dozier. 


llfj. 






Lonne C. Acee. 




. 


E. S. Eim: r.dson. 






Sarah A. Akers. 


Mrs. 




Mary Fall. 






Alberta V. Kb 


Mrs. 


Heard. 


Nancy Hall. 




Hal!. 


Isabella Baldn 
Louisa Bryan.* 
Anna Calhoun. 






1 nes. 

Lee. 
Mary Loyd. 


Mi 

Mrs. 










Mrs. 


Martin. 




Emma Cameron. 
Sar^h B. Cameron. 


Mrs. 
Mrs. 


ard.* 
Waters. 


Elizabeth Pace. 
Marietta Peeples.* 


Mrs. 








Mrs. 


Gaffney. 


Susan Presley 


Mrs. 


Pearson. 


Catherine Ccleman. 






Harriet Sr 




Marcus. 


Mary Eliza Colquitt. 


Mrs. 


Dix. 


Caro'ine Ware. 






Caroline Craven. 


Mrs. 


Sappington* Mary Whitfield. 


Mn 


1 








1854. 






Sarah M. Barnes. 






Lucy Pace. 






Mary Co)- 




Green. 


Georgia Patrick. 






Ann E. Cooper. 






Pitts, 






Margaret Cunningham,* 




Sarah F. ~ 






Amanda Edmondson 


• 




Susan Skeen. 






Harriet Edmondson. 




And' ■ 


Sarah Sri 




1 


Frances A. Harris. 


Mrs. 


Kim 


Sarah J. Stem I 






Mary A. King. 


Mi 




Mary Stephens, 






Florida C. Ley. 




Ward. 


R. T. Taliaie" 






Mary M. McKemie. 




Craven. 








Lucy A. Morrow. 






Mar. 




' 


Susan Newton. 




Ban* 









1855. 






Letitia J. Austell. 

Martha V Cogbill. 

Sarah A. Dawr. 

Virginia E. Edmondson. 

Margaret E. Gr: 

Sarah J. Harris. 

Mary H. Holland. 

Melissa N. Laney. 

Phoebe C. Mabry.* 

Henrietta E. McBain. Mr r . Ktmbrough. 

Margaret K. McDowell. 



Camilla P. ' ' 
Margaret A M 



Blanche Morgan. 
Mary E R- 
Sarah W. k 
Kate I. Seik 
Ehzi O. Shepherd. 
Mary F. Sieapali 
Susan E. T 
Emma J. '." 
Saah E. Ward. 



■ iace. 
,an. 



I (avidso 



LAGRANGE FEMALE COLLEGE. 



1850. 



AME. '.AME. 

i A. Appleby. Mrs. McCraw. 
a F. Blackburn. Mrs. Judge. 
Laura E. Cameron. Mrs. Gibson. 
Martha C. Carter. Mrs. Weaver* 
Sallie Cr.v 

■ W. Cunningham.* 
Elizabeth H. DeLoach. 
Elien B. DeLoach. 



MAIDEN NAME. MARRIED NAME. 

Nancy C. Hill. Mrs. Morgan. 

Harriet N. Lipscomb. Mrs. Kirby. 
Martha P. McKemie.Mrs. Craven. 
Anna H. Meadows. 

Mrs. Stowe. 
Mary A. Powell. 
Rebecca 0. Powel". 
Sophia L. Saunders. 



M. j. Edwards. 


Mrs 


Thompso 


Frances C Tenn 




Ellis. 


Mr- 


Herring. 


, Mary C. Tyler. 


Mrs. 


Bynum. 


E. Harrell. 


Mrs 


Smith. 


Philo Ware. 


Mrs 


Witherspo 


Anna M. H i 


Mrs 


Renwick 


IKS 7. 






M. E. Alford. 


Mrs 


Heard. 


Susan V. Harrell. 


Mrs. 


May berry. 


cs Andrews. 






Addie R. Powell. 






M. Y. Atkinson. 


Mrs 


Mallory. 


Hattie A. Shumate. 






-aline. * 






Elizabeth Smith. 


Mrs. 


Clark. 


Mittie E. B- 




Oglesby. 


Anna Steagail. 


Mrs. 








a Byrd. 


Mrs. 


Traywick 


Mary J. Stinson. 


Mrs. 


Tigner. 


S. A. Cameron. 


Mr.< 


Coli- 


Anna E. Swanson. 


Mrs. 


Swanson. 


Mary C. Cole.* 






Martha T 






Laura A. Garlington. 


Mrs. 




Fannie A. Ward. 


Mrs. 


Johnson. 










IS5K. 






■ ner. 




Terrell. 


A. S. Greenwood. 




Slatter.* 


L. H. 3rown. 






E. A. Hi 






Sallie Bull. 


Mrs. 


Park* 


M. A. E. Hamilton. 






V. H. Clayton. 






M. J. Hamilton. 






J. A. Cooper. 
M A. Cox. 


Mrs. 


Van Erps 
Tuggle. 


A. C. Hanks. 
M. C. Reese. 


Mrs. 








A. C. Crowder. 
1 F G : 






M. E. Speer. 
IK5Y. 


Mrs. 


Winship. 


L Akers.* 






Bettie Melson. 






Su.an E. h 






M. B Puller.. 


Mrs 


Russell.* 


Seall. 




Ridley.* 


Mary Shepherd. 


Mrs 


Kirk-ey. 






Dozier. 


Mattie B. Shepherd. 


Mrs 


Russell. 


Mary J. Ca- 






Aley Smith. 


Mrs 


Boddie. 


■ 






Carrie Stinson. 


Mrs. 


Ogletree,* 


Fletch- 




Flournoy. 


Achsah Turner. 


Mrs 


Marsh. 


' Kemie. 


Mrs. 


Craven. 


Ophelia WiUes. 


Mrs 


Tumlin.* 


Sue C. Means. 


Mrs. 


Gritfin.* 


Tinsley Winston. 


Mrs. 


Winston.* 


A. Mjrtiand. 


Mrs. 


Speer. 

Flo;:' 


Sarah Woma. 
R. K. Woodward. 


Mrs 
Mrs 




Anna Morgan. 




Harris.* 








IM0. 










Ednondson. Alice Ledbr 


Mrs. 


Revill. 


M. Atibir Caila 






S. Cornelia Lov;joy. 






Claude V 






Mollie J. Miller. 


Mrs 


Mooty. 


El-za J 




Akers. 


Fredonia Raiford. 


Mrs 


McFarlin. 






Edwards. 


* Aline E. Reese. 


Mrs 


Blondner. 



LAGRANGE FEMALE COLLEGE. 



MAIDEN NAMF 


MAt-'- 


MAIDEN N- 


MARRIED NAME. 


F. C. Fleming. 


Mrs. 


Dixon. 


Polly Robinson. 


Mrs. 


Hammond. 


E. Cornelia Forbes. 


Mrs. 


Walternire. Edna M. Rush. 


Mrs. 


Callahan. 


Augusta M. Hill. 


Mrs. 


Thompson 


.* Sallie Sanges 


Mrs. 


Mullins. 


Fannie Jeter 






Laura J. Sasnett. 


Mrs. 


Branharn.* 


M. Fannie Johnson. 




McLaw. 


Sallie Shepherd. 


Mr 


Shorter. 


N. A. Johnson. 


Mrs. 


Maddox. 


Hie J. Smith. 






Lizzie S. Laney. 






Sallie Talley.* 






Janey M. Laney. 






Isabella C Winfrev. 
IMI. 






La'inia A. Bird. 


Mrs. 


Craig.* 


Nuda M. OusJ 






Julia C. Bohannan. 
Georgia Broughton. 


Mrs. 


■T.« 


Emma J Page. 


Mr- 


Hur..,. 


Mrs. 


Hayes. 


Ellen R. Pan. 


Mr:. 


Callaway. 


Cordelia C. Cooper. 


Mrs. 


Fields. 


E. C. Phillips. 


Mrs. 




Ella M. Cunningham 


Mrs. 


Smith. 


L C. Pullen. 


Mrs. 


'■' 


Frances M. Douglass 


Mrs. 


Liwe. 


Charlotte E Reid. 




Ware 


Mollie J. Hunnicutt. 


Mrs. 


Turner. 


Genie Reid. 


Mrs 


Canv 


C. M. Ledbetter. 


Mrs 


Ellis." 


M. A. St 






Lucy B. Lipscomb. 


Mrs. 


Ha 


S. Elmira Wilkes. 


Mrs 




Levicie G. Maddox. 


Mrs. 


Kendnck. 


Emma C. Yancey. 
1862. 


Mrs 


. ' 


Mary A. Baldrick. 






Bettie Howell. 


Mrs. 


Bailey. 


Frances A. Bass. 






Sallie A. Knight 


Mrs. 






Fletcher Birch. 






Sallie A. Little. 


Mrs. 


Will ., 


Vandal.a E. Boddie. 






Anna Ly 






Lizzie Burge. 






C. P. McGehee.* 






Anna E. Evans. 


Mrs. 


Wisdom.* 


Kate 0. Men 


M 


Joiner. 


Mattie Field. 






Marv Mooney. 






Lucy A. Fleming. 






.'O Neal. 






Mary F. Gilmer. 






Kransillian Owens. 


Mrs 


Tafft.* 


Lizzie Godwin. 


Mrs 


Cotton. 


Clara 0. Packard. 






Jennie Goodwin. 


Mrs 


Bailey. 


Fletcher F 


Mrs 


Marsnall. 


Rebecca Harrington. 


Mrs 


Bookhart 


Mattie D. Pitts. 


Mrs 


Har' 


Marv A. Havnes. 






Mattie A. Traylor. 




Wrighl 


Ella Hill. 






Mollie White. 






Georgia Hodnett. 


Mrs 


. Ward. 


Msttie E 


Mr. 




Susan A. Hcgg. 


Mrs 


Davidson 


• 

IKc>.? 






Addie Bull. 


Mrs 


T^mlinson Annie Martin. 


Mrs. 


Free- 


Hattie E. Callaway.* 






Belle M 






Lizzie Leslie. 






-land. Mrs. 


Speer. 


Sallie Leslie. 




Beasley. 


Anna Tun 






Mattie Marshall. 






IKci4. 






Eliza Akers. 


Mrs 


Bowden. 


Mary E. 






Ella Broughton. 






Fannie Hall. 


Mrs. 


Can.: 


Ida Burk 


Mr- 


Hay.* 


Nora a - 






Mary Cunningham. 






Fannie Pullen. 

IMf. 




Amis. 


Katie Beail. 


Mrs 


Hornady, 


•'.ah Maddox. 






Alice Bryant. 


Mr. 


Willis. 
















Mrs. Kills \v. SMITH. I.vnv Pmincipai 



LAGRANGE FBMALP COLLkGh. 



MAIDEN :. 
Janie Barber. 
Nannie Callaway. 



1871. 



MARRIED NAME. 

Mrs. Truitt. 
Mrs. Wylie* 



MAIDEN NAME. 

Lula Culberson. 
Mary Hill. 



MARRIED NAME. 

Mrs. McCoy. 
Mrs. Ficklin. 



Sailie Colter, 
Annie C. Curtright. 
Carrie Pitman. 



187.?. 



Mrs. Reaves. 
Mrs. McClure. 
Mrs. Truitt,* 



Willie Pitman. 
Mary L. Poythress. 



Mrs. Bradfield.* 
Mrs. Barnard.* 



Maria 0. Bass. 
Dora Boykln, 

: Belle E . 
Sallie Lou Haralson. 



Mrs. Maffett. 
Mrs. Seals.* 



1874. 



J. Lulu Ward. 
Maggie Whitaker. 
Addie 0. Wimbish. 



Mrs. Foote. 
Mrs. Anthony. 






1876. 

Mrs. Thomasson. Jennie McFail. 



Mrs. Warlick. 



Mary Alford. 
Julia Connally. 
Annie Crusselle. 



1877. 



Mrs. Hogg. 
Mrs. Rosser. 
Mrs. Vaughan. 



Emma Palmer. Mrs. Williams.* 

Clodissa Richardson, Mrs. Connally. 



Lizzie "iaugh. 
Sallie F. Boykin. 
F. Vitgie Buice. 
Leila Hudson. 



1878. 

Mrs. McDonald* MattieT. McGehee. Mrs. Park. 
Mrs. Cary. Ola M. Simmons. Mrs. Simmons. 

Mrs. Mozley. Lizzie A. Traylor. 



Lula Jones. 
Maitie Traylor. 



Mrs. Northen. 



1870. 



Fannie Wnite. 
Sallie Williams. 



Mrs. 
Mrs. 



Clay. 

R-id. 



Jennie Atkinson. 
M utie Cook. 
Fannie Dowrnan. 
Sallie Dowman. 



Mrs. Zellars. 
Mrs. Zuber. 



18811. 



Ua Lee Emory. 
Hattie Handley. 
Myrtie McFarlin, 
Emma Stipe. 



Mrs. Trammell. 
Mrs. Reade. 
Mrs. Russell. 
Mrs. Walker. 



1881. 



Lula A. Brannon. 
Stella Burns. 
Ella L. Crusselle. 
Mattie E. Driver. 

■■ Gates. 
E. Baxter Mabry. 



Mrs. Knapp. 

Mrs. Baker.* 

Mrs. Smith. 
M' Swanson. 



Augusta Vaughan. 
Etta Vaughan. 
Lula Walker. 
Loulie Watkins. 



Mrs. Matthews, 
Mrs. Fitzpatrick. 
Mrs. Ware. 
Mrs. Overstreet. 



Mollie R. Whitaker. Mrs. Matthe*s. 



10 



LAGRANGE FEMALE COLLEGE. 



IHH2. 



MAIDEN NAME. 

Alice R. Boykin. 
Lily Howard. 
Ida Palmer. 
Mollie E Stipe. 



Helen Baldwin. 
Carrie D. Ballard. 
Annie Bradley. 
May Candler. 
Susie Candler. 
Cenevra Gholson. 
Carobel Heidt. 



MARRIED NAME. 

Mrs. McLarin. 
Mrs. McDonald. 
Mrs. Walker. 



MMDEM N 

May Fannie Turner. 

Bertha Walker. Mr Furher. 

Irene Warj. Mr . Lupo.* 



1883. 

Maude Howell. 

Mrs. Sasser. Carrie Parks. Mrs. Johnson. 

Mrs. -,• Nellie Revill. Mrs. O'Hara. 

Mrs. Winchester. E.'iie Thompson. Mrs. Smtn. 

Janie Waisworth. Mrs. Irvine. 

Mrs. Cantrell. Ularette Young. Mr.,. Mi 



1884. 

Beulah B. Arnold. Mrs. Prinze. Eugenia A. Simms. Mrs. Redwine. 

Ellen E. Barry. Mrs. Carney.* Ma nie Spears. Mrs. Wicker. 

Mary G. Broome. Mrs. G.'eviam. Adelaide Wads *rjrth. Mrs. Copeland. 

Mary L. Revill. Mrs. Atkir. Miry Lrzzie Wright. Mrs . 



Pauline E. Arnold. 
J. Bessie Barnett.t 
Emma F. Bullard. 
Katie D. Cooper. 
A. Ethel Johnson. t 
Daisy Knight. 



Emma Barrett. t 
Willie Burns.t 
Mary Lou Dansby.t 
Lizzie L. Dyer. 
Lucy L. Evans. 
Bessie Jackson. 
Mattie Magruder. 
Willie Miller. 
Mary Ruth Mixon. 



I88.S. 

Mrs. Wright. Lollie E. Lewis. Mrs Han 

Mrs. . Olivia V. Macy. Cruselle.* 

Hattie May Morgan. t Mrs. Jonnston. 

Mollis C. Simms. Mrs. Ward. 

Annie K. Worley. M Ki rough. 
Mrs. — - — . 



Mrs. Culpepper 

Mrs. Puc- 

Mrs.Abarcrombie. Persia Wright, t 



188 >. 



Mrs. Davis. 

Mrs. Duke. 
Mrs. Banks. 
Mrs. Boyd. 
Mrs. Ammons 
Mrs. Cook. 
Mrt Dobhs. 



Jessie Pitman.* 
Belle Poer. 
Leman Poer.t 
Ida B. Smith 

Nelie Smith. t 
Bunnie Trimble. 
Ella Walker* 
Minnie W 



Mrs. Sutton. 
M' Lanier.* 
ay, 

Mr J - . ' . 

; yarri 



1887. 



Jessie C. Burnett. t 
Glenn Camp. 
Annie L. Cole. 
J. Winona Cotter. 
Lucy A. Heard. 
BertaV. Henry. 
Susie H. Jarrell. 
E. May Johnr.on.* 
Blanche McFarlin. 
Maudt McFar 







Clara L. Meriwether. Mrs. 


| ' '.' 


Mrs 


Carpenter. 


Amy Moss. 




Mrs 


Wolfe. 


Lillian 0. Ridenhour. 
Maidee Smith. 




Mrs 


Jones. 


Mary K. Strozier. Mrs. 


Barnett. 


Mr 


Thomas. 


1 immie Lou Thompson. 








Maude S. Tompkins. Mrs. 


Perry. 


Mr. 


Harmon. 


Carrie Y Willi. 




Mrs 


Gaffney. 


Annie Wilson. 




Mr:; 


White. 


Oia Wing.t Mrs. 


West. 



LAGRANGE FEMALE COLLEGE. 



II 



IHHH. 



MAIDtN NAME. 

Lizzie I. Arnold. t 

Dora H. Beckman. 

Lou G. Camp. 

M. Jennie Cooper. 

Fannie Covin. 

Minnie L. Crawford, 

Pearl Crawford. 

Oltle Ellis. 

M. Jennie Evans. t 

Mamie H. riardwi . '; 

Lillie Jarrell. 

N. Grace Johnston. 



MARRIED N 

Mrs. Schweltman. 
Mrs. Brannon. 
Mrs. Mabry. 



Mrs. Maddox. 
Mrs. Trippe. 
Mr- , Bra II 
Mrs. Purvis. 

. Irs. Twyman. 



MAIDEN NAME. MARRIED NAME 

Fannie Bet Jones. Mrs. Quillian 

Cecile Longino. 

Annie M. Moate. Mrs. Scot!.* 

Minnie Moore. 

S. Lizzie Parks, Mrs. Betterton. 

Maude M. Scroggin.tMrs. Dent. 

Lillie Sullivan, 

A. Lois Turner. Mrs. Wilcox. 

Maggie Van Zandt.t Mrs. Scott. 

Rub/ Ware.t Mrs. Searcy.* 

Pearl White. 

Lallie A. Witherspoon.t 



I HSu. 



Annie H Chambles. 
L. Abbie Chamhless, 
L. Dora Cline. 
Lula Dic<erson,t 
M. Corrie Dickerson.t 
Dora E. Haralson. t 
M. Louise Herring. 
Mary N. Hurt.t 
M. Lily Jackson. 
A. Maude McDaniel. 





Minnie B. McEntire. Mrs. 


Tribble. 




C. Lilian Moate. Mrs. 


Reeves. 




Julia P. Moate. 




Mrs. Maxwell. 


Bsttie 3. Parker. Mrs. 


Davenport. 


Mrs. Lee. 


Julia F. Ridley. 
F.Eugenia Sheppard.t 
E. May Swindall, 






Fannie Teasley. Mrs. 


Hutcherson 




KateTruitt.t Mrs. 


Young. 




Minnie B. Wilkinson.* Mrs 


Tatum. 



ikv:». 



Grace L. Aiken. 

Mira Will Brantly. Mrs. Tye. 

S.Paralie Brotherton.t Mrs. Walker. 



Kate r. Daniel. 

,ie W. Dean. 

■ie G. Evan?. 
Clara N. Graves. 
M Loulie Harjwick. 
Sallie Hodges, 
D. Newtie Ingram. 1 
Willie E. Jones. 
Pearl Lee. t 



Mrs. Polhill. 
Mn. Morris. 

Mrs. Smith. 
Mrs. Candler. 



Mrs. Trimble. 



Ruth T. Marsh. Mrs. Lee. 

Mamie C. McGehee. 

Ada McLaughlin. Mrs. Jones. 

Anne G. Robertson. 

S. Connne Simril. 

M. Gladys SimsJ Mrs. Ponder. 

Claire L. Smith. 

Minnie L. Smith. t 

Una T. Sperry.f 

Connie V. Stovall.t 

Minnie Willingham.t 

M. Emma Wilson. Mrs. Turnipseed. 



I««l. 






Frankie M. Arnold. 






Hettie 0. Hearn. Mrs. 


McCalla. 


Rosa 0. Atkinson. t 






C. Walton Hollinshead.t 




Myrtie G. Beauchamp 






Mattie E. Johnson. t Mrs. 


Dillard. 


Lillie Brady. t 






Arizona B. Liles. Mrs. 


Hines. 


U. Quic Cousins. 






F. Montana Liles. Mrs. 


Brummit 


Jennie Lou Covin. 






Pearl Long. Mrs. 


Smith. 


Lucile Covin. t 


Mrs. 


Glanton. 


Janie Lou McFarlin. 




Mamie Zack Crockett. 


Mrs. 


Haynes. 


Fl >rence Smith. Mrs. 


Stone. 


Addie E. George. t 






e Tucker. 




Ora A. Gray.t 






Maine E. Walcott.t 




Georgia 0. Heard. 


Mrs. 


Fields. 


Leila Winn.t 





!2 



LAGRANCB FBMAL 






Mrs. SchencK. 



riTibro. 



Mrs. Mason. 



mai: 
Effie S. Agnew.t 
Maud L. Bailey. 
Annie F. Baxtrr. 
Annie E. Bell.* 
Sallie S. Boyd. 
Lady E. Boykin. 
C Lorraine Bradley. t 
Ruth Cai' I 
Ciarabess Cl 
E. Maud E 
Jennie F. Foster. t 
Maud Freeman. t 
Winnie V. Hearn.' 
Clara 3. Hodges. t 
Lucia W. Hunt. 



B. 1. M. -Clara N. Gra. • - 
M. Bird Baxter. 
B. Mae Br;, Mrs. Ba 

S. Amanda 
Mattie Bull 
Blonde B Capps. 
Gene M. D 
Meta V. Dickinson. 
Ledra Edmundson. ; 
Ruth Evans. 1 
M. Edna Fi 
Fannie Harrell. 

Maymie C. Hendrix.i Mrs. Anderson 
Annie Gertrude Her,: 
Dolly Hooks. 
Leila B. Kendrick. 
Nellie B. Kirk!- 



\X i >2. 

Ella R. .' 

F. Lil ' Gehee. 

Llzi 

Jennie M I 
bailie M. , 
i:p. 

Taiitha A. Speer. 

Irs, 

T. Nettie Ward. 

M. Louise • 

Mrs M 

1893. 

Mary L. Park, Claire L. Smith. 
. Z. Lathai 
■ 
M. Luh Lovelace. 
Lizz'e S. Lupo.t 
Fredonia R. Maddox \ 

M. K . 

Leila 

Macie E. Speer. 
Estelle . 

M:. 

Vela C. Winn.* 



B. I. M. - Nellie B. Kirkley. M. Lula Lovelace. T. Nefrf Ward. 

Mi 



Louise Anderson. 

V. Eula Beauchamp 

Lula Belle Bird. 

Lina S. Brazell. 

Mary L. Brinsfield. 1 

Sadie E 

Fannie H. C 

Etia I. Cleaveland. 

Edda Cook.' 

Clara M. DeLaperriere.t 

Susie Harrell. 

A. Estelle Harvard. 

Eula M. Hii 

Nettie C. Howell. t 

B. I. M 



" 



3 AdeTa Hunter. 

M 

Ami- I. Wi. 
J. Kai 



M. Bird Baxter 



t indicates the B. S. degree. All alumnae sir. ^iihthe 

degree of A. B.. unless otherwise stated. 
Total number of alumnae. 631. 



&* *§r w ^ ^ 



"^ '^P" ^* 4RP i^f 

.2. ^ ^S _??L ^ 

^ <f* ♦ *■► *^ 






GRADUATES, IMS. 

iblni Mn.i Bran Date) Monte « ..in.- 11 - ■ McCatetea 

Itublc U'ln Harjj Lillian Ji>| 1 1..1.1 ■*. ate M.mi. flohaab 

Bufonl Jnbnaon Clara Harki Hunter i annle WlKffini T. H11I.1I1 QaiUiaa 

m.- Shewmake Kau-llr Hulrheton \ Kau-.loliimon Kv»ni Harm L»ra Kdmundaon 

Romania W 'hclcbi-l Mir.li. Mrailen Data I.ivI.t I.. Maabburn Julia Manning 

UteOoggtai Lata \\ in-ic 1.1 1 \i,i,i .,-i„i knnle Kn i:..«.i ( ..11 I1..11 



UNDERGRADUA TES. 



Collegiate Department. 



PUPIL. 

Baker. Clara J 
Bruce. Myra L 
Burns. Callie O 
Callahan. Rosa E 
Carnes. Hunter M 
Coggins. Lily 
Dickerson. Emma 
Edmundson. Lora 
Evans. Willie 
Harp, Alice I 
Harris M. Evans 
hutcheson. h. es t elle 
Johnson. Annie Kate 
Johnson. Bufor'd J 
Johnson, Lillian 
Key. Annie I 
Manning, Julia 
jrn. Eva J 

McCuTCHEN. GUSSIE R 

Meaders, Birdie 
Morris, Daisy L 
Neal. Esther A 
Parks. Clara M 

QuiLLIAN. TaLLULAH E 

Robertson. Nell 
Robins. Alice M 
Schaub. Mattie L 
Seale. Flora R 
Shi-.wmake. Effie J 
Taylor. Daisy C 
Thrasher. Annie C 
Trimble. L. Kate 
Whelchel. Lula A 

hel. N. Romania 
Wiggins. Annie F 



SENIOR CLASS. 

POST OFFICE. 

Antioch 
Banksville 
Dadeville. Alabama 
Whitesville 
Vienna . 
Canton 
Crowder 
. LaGrange 
LaGrange 

Crescent City. Florida 
Oxford 



PATRON. 

J. P. Baker. 

T. B. Bruce. 

J. P. Burns. Esq. 

Rev. J. H. Callahan. 

Capt. Samuel Carnes". 

A. B. Coggins. 

W. H. Dickerson. 

J. D. Edmundson. 

Capt. W. S. Evans. 

Hon. J. H. Harp. 

Prof. L. H. Harris. 



Canp Hill. Alabama . W. P. Hutcheson. 



Palmetto 

Thomson 

Thomson 

Norcross 

Atlanta 

Elberton 

Mott's Mill. Alabama 

Dahlonega . 



J. A. Johnson. 

P. B. Johnson. Esq. 

P. B. Johnson. Esq. 

Rev.T. T. Key. M. D. 

Judge A. A. Manning. 

Rev. J. H. Mashburn. 

Mrs. M. E. McCutchen. 

L. Q. Meaders. 



Alexander City. Alabama Rev. M. N. Morris. 
Thomson J. T. Neal. 

Newnan Mrs. Ella A. Parks. 

Arp Dr. H. P. Quillian. 

Greenville J. L. Robertson. 

Atlanta Rev. J. B. Robins. D. D. 

LaGrange J. L. Schaub. 

Greenville. Alabama. Mrs. M. A. Connor. 

Waynesboro Mrs. S. C. Shewmake. 



Conyers 

Watkinsville 

Hogansville 

Gainesville 

Murrayville 

Lumber City 



C. M. Taylor. 
B. E. Thrasher. Esq. 
Prof. A. F. Trimble. 
. W. P. Whelchel. 
Albert M. Whelchel. 
Rev. R. L. Wiggins. 



14 



LAGRANCI- Ff-MAIJ- 



QLL BGB. 



PUHL. 

Bailey. Morah T 
Baker. Leah W 
Beasley. Mary E 
Brantly. W. Bell 
Callahan. Annie R 
Chapple. F. Estelle 
Cotter. Jessie R 
Daniel. Exa 
Davenport. Eleanor C. 
DeLamar. Sallie F 
Embry, Esther E 
Glenn. M. Ethel 
Hill. Lucy J 
King. E. Tallulah 
Meriwether. Gussie. 
Meriwether. Myra O. 
Murrah, L. Inez 

QUILLIAN. HALLIE J 

Reid, Permelia E 
Starr. Daisy D 
Thomson. Cecelia E 
Traylor. D. Florence 
Turner. Alice J 
Whitaker. Evelyn 
Wiggins. Lennie B 
Williams. A. Maude 
Woodall, Mary Lou 
Wright. Mittie 



.11 VIOR CLASS. 

post office. 
Way cross 
Antioch 
LaGrange 
Northen 
Whilesville 
Atlanta 
LaGrange 
Hogansville 
Fairburn 
Hardeman 
Culloden 
Boston 
Washington 
Red Hill 
Social Circle 
Washington 
Winterville 
Cartersville 
Hogansville 
Orchard Hill 
New Orleans. Louisia 
Lovelace 
LaGrange 
LaGrange 
Lumber City 
Carrollton 
LaGrange 
Banksville 



SON. 

n J. S. B:. 
J. P. Baker. 

Mi::.. S. L. Bf 

W. D. Brantly. 

J. H. Callahan. 
Dr. J. A. Chappie. 
W. B. Cotter. 
A. J. Daniel. 
Dr. J. T. Davenport. 
A. C. DeLamar. 
Rev. J. S. Embry. 
N. Z. Glenn. 
D. C. Hill. 
Rev. G. L. King. 
Dr. C. M. Meriwether. 
Judge T. M. Meriwether. 
. E. G. Murrah. 
Rev. W. F. Quillian. 
Z. Z. ReiJ. 
H. C. Starr. 
na John Thomson. 

Mrs. M. F. Ti 
Judge W. W. T 
Judge T. H. Whil 
Rev. R. L. W:. 
Rev. A. W. Williams. 
G. W. Woodall. 
W. H. Wi 



Bigby. M. Kate 
Castles. Florence 
Chucp, Ila E 
Cook. Etta 
Curtright, Alice L 
Cuptright. Mary E 
Davidson. M. Carrie 
Dickinson. Emily C 
Edwards. Dora L 
Edwards. Maude M 
Fkiiz. Bertie M 
Fritz. Clara A 
Griffin, Bettie M 



SOPHOMORE CLASS. 

Atlanta 

LaGrange 

Lithonia 

Long Cane 

LaGrange 

LaGrange 

Long Cane 

LaGrange 

LaGrange 

LaGrange 

Atlanta 

Atlanta 

Temple 



Judge J. S. Bl| 
W. M. Cl 
D. B. Chupp. 
N. M. Cook. 
Mrs. Annie E. Curtright. 
Mrs. Annie E. Curtright. 
W. C. Davidson. 
F. M. Dickinson. 
Rev. T. S. Edwards. 
T. S. Edwards. 
J. A. FriU 
J. A. Fritz. 
J. P. Griffin. 



I AG RANG F PFMAU i 



15 



Hairston. A: ; : ( M 
Jennie Lou 
Johnson, R. Florence 
Langford. Annie J 
Neai., S. Elizabeth 
Phillies. Matiie 
Ei lie Cai 

Smith. Henrietta J 
Stebbins. Lila O 
Stephenson. Myrtle E 
Tuggle. Nettie B 



post OFH 
Glee 

LaGrange 
LaGrange 
Statesboro. 
.Crescent City. Florida 
LaGrange 
LaGrange . 
LaGrange 
White Plains 
Dorchester . 
Troy. Alabama 
LaGrange 



patron 

W. M. Hairston. 

A. J. Heard. 

J. T. Johnson. 

Mrs. J. V. Langford. 

S. E. Neal. 

M. W. Phillips. 

Dr. C. B. Ridley. 

J. L. Schaub. 

Capt. A. H. Smith. 

J. S. Stebbins. 

J. T. Stephenson. 

Mrs. M. A. Tuggle. 



Brady. Sallie C 

Brotherton. Ubi 

C'.eaveland. Mary Will 

Dallic. Clara 

Daniel. Cordie 

Gray. Liz :ie A 

Hardwick. Ward R 

Heard. Julia Bei 

Hines. Maky P 

Hodnett. Sallie Fannie 

Mann. Eva M 

Mann. Mary B 

McClure. M. Hortens= 

Tomlinson. Sallie B 

Tuog;.e. Ruth A 

VOOO, Marion B 
-spoon. Annie D. . 



FRESHMAN CLASS. 

LaGrange. 
Atlanta 
LaGrange 
LaCrange 
. Lovelace 
LaGrange 
Almon . 
LaGrange 
Hickory Flat. 
Long Cane 
Jacksonville 
Jacksonville 
LaGrange 
LaGrange 
LaGrange 
Warthen 
LaGrange 



Alabama 



H. K. Brady. Esq. 

Capt. W. H. Brotherton. 

L. P. Cleaveland. 

L. W. Dallis. 

James Daniel. 

W. V. Gray. 

Dr. H. V. Hardwick. 

I. S. Heard. 

T. J. Hines. 

W. H. Hodnett. 

Z. T. Mann. 

Z. T. Mann. 

Capt. W. J. McClure. 

J. M. Tomlinson. 

Mrs. M. A. Tuggle. 

J. A. Underwood. 

Mrs. Philo Witherspoon. 



Curtricht. Nei 

k 

Dunson. Annie Mag 

Hah 

Holt. Nena L 

Holt. Nina L 

Hood. Annii 

Kiker. Natalie 

McCaine. Mafy R 
IcComaok. M. Carrie 
Boate. A. Louise 



SUB'FRBSHMAN CL ASS. 

LaGrange 

LaGrange 

LaGrange 

LaGrange 

Lovelace 

Lovelace 

LaGrange 

Resaca 

LaGrange 

LaGrange 

Devereaux 



Mrs. Annie E. Curtright. 

F. M. Dickinson. 

Mrs. S. G. Dunson. 

. . Henry Harris. 

J. D. Edmundson. 

J. D. Edmundson. 

E. G. Hood. 

R. M. Sloan. 

Dr. M. W. McCaine. 

L. D. McCo-Tiack. 

Mrs. C. G. Moate. 



16 



LAGRANG 



PUI 

Park. '• 
Sledge. Ei. 
Warlick. H 



■ 
LaGrange 



J. E • 



Hudson. Pauline M 
Jones, Annie C 
Martin. Ann:i M 
Stanley. Winnib 



IRREGULAR PUPILS. 

■ son Mr Eu( orkle. 

Camp Hill, ia Rev, A. W 

LaGratii" W. G. S. ' 

LaG. r Mi 



Adams. Carrie B 
Armstrong. M. Lula 
Bradfield. Julia H 
Brazell. Lina S 
Cooper. Florine D 
Cooper. W. I 
Grain. Clarakess 
Daniel. J. B 
Dix rj. F' 
Dunson. Pearl 
Edmundson. A- 
Evans. Maggie 
Goo; . 

Grefn. Minnie 
Harris. Nonie 
Hughes. F. G.. Jr 
Hughes. Julia 
Lane. Epna L 
Lehmann. Jean/ 
Lovelace. Lula 
Milam. Cora L 
O'Neal. Willie C 
Park. Mrs. L. M 
Park. Raleigh E 
Pearson. Ida F 
Phillips. U. B 
Sarlinj. Daisy 
Sherard. Ina C 
Smith. Mrs. C. L 
Sutton. Sarah A 
Tuggle, Orrie C 

TUGGLE SAPA 

Whitakep. T. H 

w 



SPECIAL I'l I'll.S. 

Greenville 

Franklin 

LaGrange 

LaG: a 
LaG: 

Brookfield. M. 
Lovelace 
Woodbury 
LaGr 
Lad 

LaGrange 
. Roanoke. Ala' 
Long Cane 

LaGrange 
Franklin 
LaGrange 
West Point 
LaGrange 

While:. 

LaGrange 
LaGrange 
Alexander Ci!> 
LaGrange 
Augusta 
Jefferson 
LaGrange 
Danburg 
LaGrange 
LaGrange 
LaGrange 
■. kinsville 



Mr:-,. E. H. A. 
J 

H. ! 

J.N. Cooper. 
J. 
J. J Cram. 

Mr . M. E. I 

Col. J. E. Dui 

J D. I 
Ca; 

. F. G. H 

L. "I 
R. I 
L. T. C. : 
Mrs Susan M 
W. I 

Self. 
Dr. 
H. V 
A. R 

S. W. Si 

Self. 
J. A. Sutton. 
M. A. T . 
M. A. Ti 

Vood.4. 



Preparatory Department. 



IN TERM EDI A TE CLA SSES. 



PUPIL. 

Bradfield, Stella 

I AMI! 
Cooper. Marga: 
Dallis. Mary 

Belle 

■ 
] 
:. Mary 
Nix. Julia 

N'X. r.' .ARD 

. kaw, Sam 
Rutland. Eula 

if. Lee 
', George 



FIFTH GRADE. 

POST OPFICE. 

LaGrange 

LaGrange 

LaGrange 

LaGrange 

LaGrange 

LaGrange 

West Point 

Terral. Indian Territory 

LaGrange 

LaGrange . 

LaGrange 

LaGrange 

LaGrange 

LaGrange 

LaGrange 



PATRON. 

E. R. Bradfield. 

Col. J. A. Broome. 

J. N. Cooper 

L. W. Dallis. 

F. M Dickinson. 

Mrs. D. F. Edwards. 

T. J. Mallory. 

T. C. Mann. 

Mrs. E. G. Nix. 

Mrs. E. G. Nix. 

Mrs. M. E. Rakestraw. 

J. T. Rutland. 

. . J. L. Schaub. 

J. M. Tomlinson. 

Mrs. L. F. Yancey. 



Clark. Lalia 
Dallis. Eleanor 
Dixon. Minnie 
Evans. Frank 

M. Berta 
''s, estella 
. Chaflie 
Rutland. Annie 
Tpuitt. Mary 



FOURTH ORADB. 

LaGrange 

LaGrange 

LaGrange 

LaGrange 

LaGrange. 

LaGrange 

LaGrange 

LaGrange 

LaGrange 



J. T. Clark. 
V. E. Dallis. 

B. B. Dixon. 
Capt. W. S. Evans. 

Rev. T. S. Edwards. 

Mrs. D. F. Edwards. 

I. S. Heard. 

J. T. Rutland. 

C. V. Truitt. 



Calhoun. Hall 
>n. James 
I ion. Addie 

Elizabeth 
RD3, Bmttain 
H Dallis 

I, Mittie 

I WJL 

:. 



THIRD URADF. 

LaGrange 
LaGrange 
LaGrange 
LaGrange 
LaGrange 
LaGrange 
LaGrange 
LaGrange 
LaGrange 



J. D. Calhoun. 

J. D. Calhoun. 

F. M. Dickinson. 

O. A. Dunson. 

Rev. T. S. Edwards. 

E. G. Hood. 

W. G. S. Martin. 

Prof. E. B. Smith. 

J. A. Tatom. 



LAGRANGE FEMALE COLLEGE. 



PUPIL. 

Dallis, Louise 
Dillard. Annie Zuleka 



SECOND (WADE. 

POST OFFICE. 

. .LaGrange . 
. Toccoa 



PATRON. 

L. W. Dallis. 
Rev. M. W Diilard. 



Broome. Ruth 
Dickinson. Pauline 
Dixon. Otis 
Jones, Juelle . . . 
Rutland. Bessie . . 
Smith. Yula May 
Winn. Wade 



FIRST (WADE. 

LaGrange 
LaGrange 
LaGrange 
LaGrange 
LaGrange 
LaGrange 
LaGrange 



Col. J. A. Broome. 

F. M. Dickinson. 

B. B. Dixon. 

J. E. Jones. 

J. T. Rulland. 

Prof. E. B. Smith. 

E. T. Winn. 



Bigby. Kate 
Castles. Florence 
Chupp. I la 
Cook. Etta 
Curtright. Alice 
Curtright. Mary 
Davidson. Carrie 
Dickinson, Emily 
Dixon. Pattie 

Bigby. Kate 
Bruce. Myra 
Burns. Callie 
Callahan. Rosa 
Dallis. Eleanor 
Dickerson, Emma 
Dixon, Pattie 
Evans. Willie 
Fritz. Clara 

Bruce, Myra 
Burns, Callie 
Callahan. Rosa 
Games. Hunter 
Coggins, Lily 
Edmundson. Lora 
Evans. Willie 
Harp. Alice 
Harris. Evans 
Hutcheson. Estelle 
Johnson. Annie Kate 



CLASS ELOCUTIOS. 

Edwards. Dora 
Edwards. Maude 
Fritz. Bertie 
Fritz. Clara 
Griffin. Bettie 
Hairston. Addie 
Heard. Jennie Lou 
Johnson. Florence 
Langford. Annie 
SPECIAL ELOCUTIOS. 



Neai, Bessie 
Phillips. Mattie 
Ridley. Ellie 
Schaub. Annie 
Smith. Henrietta 
Stebbins. Lila 
Stephenson. Myrtle 
Tuggle, N> 



Harp. Alice 
Harris. Evans 
Hutcheson. Estelle 
Johnson. Annie Kate 
Johnson. Buford 
O'Neal. Willie 
Pearson. Ida 
Quillian. TaKulah 
Sarling. Daisy 

BOOKKEEPISO. 

Johnson, Buford 
Johnson. Lillian 
Key Annie 
Manning. Julia 
Mashburn. Eva 
McCutchen. Gussie 
Meaders. Birdie 
Mcrris. Daisy 
Parks. Clara 
Quillian. Taliulah 



Shewmake. : 
Starr. Daisy 
Stebbins. Lila 
Taylor. Daisy 
Truitt. Mary 
Whelchel. Lula 
Wiggins. Annie 
Williams, Maude 
Wright. Mittle 

Robins. Alice 
Schaub. Mattie 
Seale, Flora 
Shewmake, Effie 
Taylor. Daisy 
Thrasher. Annie 
Trimble. Kate 
Whelchel. Lula 
Whelchel. Romania 
Wiggins. Annie 



LAGRANGE F " 






Callahan. Rosa 
DeLamar. Sallie 
Dixon. Pa- 

Estelle 



:her 
Mrs. H. M. 



PEDAQOQV. 

■' 
Annie 

. -sie 
Meaders. E 
s. Daisy 

(MEEK. 

Smith. L. P. 

STBNOQRAPHY. 

Whraker. T. A. 



Pearson. Ida 

.in. Hallie 
Scale. Flora 
Whelchel. Ron- 



Smith. Maidee 



Music Department. 



Adams. Carrie 
Armstrong. Lula 
Bigby. Kate 
Brady. Sallie 
Brantly. Belle 
Brazell. Lina 
Burns. Callie 
Carnes. Hunter 
Castles. Florence 
Chupp, I la 

Cleaveland. Mary Wil 
Cooper. Florine 
Crain. Clarabess 
Daniel. Cordie 
Daniel. Exa 
Davidson, C 
DeLamar, Sallie 
Dixon. Pattie 
Edmundsrn. Lora 
Embry. Either 
Fritz. Bertie 
Fritz. Clara 
Glenn. Ethel 
Griffin. Bettie 



PIANO. 

Hard*ick. Ward 
Harris. Maggie 
Heard. Jennie Lou 
Heard. Julia Belle 
Hill. Lucy 

Hodnett. Sallie Fannie 
Hudson. Pauline 
Hutcheson. Estelle 
Johnson. Annie Kate 
Johnson. Buford 
Johnson. Lillian 
Kiker. Natalie 
Lane. Edna 
Langford. Annie 
Mann. Eva 
Mann. Mary 
Manning. Julia 
Marks. HHen 
Meaders. Birdie 
Meriwether, Myra 
Moate. Louise 
Murrah. Inez 
Neal. Elizabeth 
Neal, Esther 

PIPE GROAN. 

Lovelace. Lula 



Park. Mary 
Parks. Clar.i 
Pearson, Ida 
Reid. Permelia 
Ridley. Ellie 
Rutland. Eul.i 
Sarling. Daisy 
Seale. Flora 
Sherard. Ina 
Shewmake. Effie 
Smith. Henrietta 
Crr-'th. Mrs. L. P. 
Stanley. Winnie 
Stephenson, Myrtle 
Sutton, Sarah 
Thomson, Cecelia 
Thrasher, Annie 
Traylor, Florence 
Trimble. Kate 
Underwood. Marion 
Wiggins. Annie 
Wiggins. Lennie 
Williams. Maude 
Woods. Mollie 



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I.ACRANCB F-r-MA ! GE 



Gray. Render 
Jones, Annie 

Harris. Evans 



Adams, Carrie 
Armstrong. Lula 
Bailey. Morah 
Bigby. Kate 
Brotherton, Libbie 
Coggins. Lily 
Cooper, Douglas 
Crain. Clarabess 
Daniel. J. B. 
Davidson. Z* 
Fritz. Bertie 
Goodwin. Mrs. Ida 
Green. Minnie 



VIOLIN. 

West. Miriam 

GUITAR. 

Stebbins, Lila 

VOICE CULTURE. 

Harp. Alice 
Hughes. F. G. 
Hutcheson. Estelle 
Johnson. Annie Kate 
Johnson. Florence 
Johnson. Lillian 
Lovelace. Lula 
Manning. Julia 
Marks. Helen 
Meaders. [-. 
Park. Ra'eiK'h 



Woods. Mollis 



Phillips, Ulrich 
Sailing. Da 
Sherard. Ina 
Smith, Claire 
Smith. Hen 
Smith. Ma 
Stephenson. Myrtle 
Sutton. Sat 

le. Orrie 
Tuggle. Sara 
Whelchel. Lula 

i, M nllie 



CHORUS AND SIQHT-SINQINQ. 



Armstrong. Lula 
Baker. Leah 
Bigby. Kate 
Brantly. Belle 
Brotherton. Libbie 
Burns. Callie 
Chappie, Estelle 
Chupp. Ila 

Cleaveland. Maty Will 
Cook. Etta 
Cooper. Florine 
Cotter. Jessie 
Daniel. Exa 
Davidson. Carrie 
DeLamar. Sallie 
Dickerson, Emma 
Dunson. Pearl 
Embry. Esther 
Evans. Willie 
Fritz. Bertie 
Fritz. Clara 

Armstrong. Lula 
Brantly. Bell 



Glenn. Ethel 
Gray. Lizzie 
Griffin, Be'tie 
Hairston. Addie 
Hardwick. Ward 
Heard, Jennie Lou 
Hill. Lucy 
Hines. Mary 
Hutcheson. Estelle 
Johnson. Annie I 
Johnson. Buford 
Johnson. Lillian 

r. Natalie 
Lane. Edna 
Langford. Annie 
Lovelace. Li la 
Manning. Julia 
Mashburn, Eva 
McCaine. Mary 
McClure. Hort<-i 
rs. Birdie 



Meriwether. Myra 
uise 

Murrah. Inez 

N<»al. Esther 

Pearson. Ida 

Phillips. Mattie 

Reid. Permelia 

Ridley. Elite 
Scale. Flora 
•vmake. E:' 
Henrietta 
Stanley. Winnie 
Starr. Daisy 
Stephenson. M • 
Tomlinson. Sa 
Traylor. Florence 

Underwood. Marion 
Wiggins. Annie 
Wiggins. Lennie 
Williams. Maude 



MUSICAL HIS TORY. 

Johnson. Lillian Seale. Flora 

Lane. Etina Sherard. Ina 



LAGXANGE n-MA 



2\ 



Cooper. Florine 
DeLamar. Sallie 
Edmundson. Lora 
Johnson. Annie Kate 

Armstrong. Lula 
Brantly, Belle 
Brazell, Lina 
Cooper. Florine 
DeLamar. Sallie 
Edmundson. Lora 
Fritz. Bertie 
Goodwin. Mrs. Ida 
Johnson. Annie Kate 

Adams. Carrie 
Armstrong. Lula 
Bigby. Kate 
Brady. Sallie 
Burns. Callie 
Carnes. Hunter 
Chupp. ila 

Cleaveland. Mary Will 
Cooper, Douglas 
Daniel. Exa 
Daniel. J. B. 
Davidson. Carrie 
Dixon. Pattie 
E.mbry. Esther 

Brantly. Belle 



Murrah, Inez • 

Parks. Clara 
Pearson, Ida 
Ridley. Ellie 

HARMONY. 

Johnson. Lillian 
Lane. Edna 
Lovelace, Lula 
Marks, Helen 
Murrah. Inez 
Parks. Clara 
Pearson. Ida 
Ridley, Ellie 
Seale, Flora 

THEORY. 

Fritz, Bertie 
Fntz. Clara 
Glenn. Ethel 
Griffin, Bettie 
Hardwick. Ward 
Heard, Jennie Lou 
Heard. Julia Belle 
Hill. Lucy 

Hodneit. Sallie Fannie 
Hudson. Pauline 
Johnson, Buford 

• . Natalie 
Langford. Annie 
Mann. Eva 



Stanley. Winnie 
Thrasher. Annie 
Wiggins. Annie 
Wiggins. Lennie 



Sherard. Ina 
Shewmake. Effie 
Smith. Mrs. L. P. 
Stanley. Winnie 
Thrasher. Annie 
Tuggle. Nettie 
Wiggins. Annie 
Wiggins. Lennie 



Mann. Mary 
Meaders. Birdie 
Meriwether. Myra 
Moate. Louise 
Neal. 3essie 
Neal. Esther 
Park. Raleigh 
Reid. Permelia 
Smith. Henrietta 
Thomson, Cecelia 
Traylor. Florence 
Trimble. Kate 
Underwood. Marion 
Williams. Maude 



MUSICAL ANALYSIS. 

Johnson. Annie Ka'.e Shewmake. Effie 



Art Department. 



Carnes. Hunter 
Hodnett. Sallie Fannie 

Beasley. Mary 
Bradfield. Julia 
Cotter. Jessie 



PREPARATORY ANTIQUE CLASS. 

Lehmann, Jeanie Lou Park. Mrs. L. M. 

Morris. Daisy Whelchel. Romania 

ANTIQUE CLASS. 

Edmundson. Annie Clyde Sarling. Daisy 

Evans. Maggie Shewmake. Effie 
Morris. Daisy 



22 



LAGRANGE FBMALF COLLEGE. 



Beasley, Mary 
Bradfield. Julia 
Carnes. Hunter 
Coggins. Lily 
Cotter. Jessie 



STILL LIFE PAINTING CLASS. 

Evans. Maggie Park. Mrs. L. M. 

Harris. Nonie Shewmake. Effie 

Hughes. Julia Smith. Mrs. C. L. 

Jones. Allie 
Lehmann. Jeanie Lou 



Smith. Mrs. H. M 
Whelchel. Romania 



Edmundson. Annie Clyde Morris. Daisy 



Bradfield. Julia 



Beasley. Mary 
Bradfield. Julia 
Carnes, Hunter 



Carnes. Hunter 
Coggins. Lily 
Hodnett, Sallie Fannie 



Evans, Maggie 
Morris. Daisy 



Evans. Maggie 



HEAD CLASS. 

Edmundson. Annie Clyde Evans. Maggie 

SKETCH CLASS. 

Cotter. Jessie Lehmann. Jeanie Lou 

Edmundson. Annie Clyde Morris. Daisy 
Harris, Nonie Shewmake. Effie 

CRA YON. 

Lehmann, Jeanie Lou 
Morris. Daisy 
Park. Mrs. L. M. 

WATER COLORS. 

Shewmake. Elfie 

PASTEL. 

Shewmake. Effie 

CHINA PAINTING. 

Jones. Allie 

OUTDOOR SKETCH CLASS. 

Smith. Mrs. C. L. 



Shewmake. Effie 
Tuggle, Juliette 
Whelchel. Romania 



Smith. Mrs. C. L. 



t 

I 



LAGRANGE FFMALh COLLEGE: 23 



Summary. 



Senior Class , . ... 




... 35 


Junior Class 




28 


Sophomore Class 




25 


Freshman Class ... 




17 


Sub-Freshman Class 




14 


Irregular Pupils ... 




4 


Special Pupils ....... 




34 


Preparatory Department 

Pupils in Music. Art, and Literary Department. 




42 


not included above. . 


a 


Total (no pupil counted twice) 




.. 207 


Elocution 




49 


Bookkeeping 




... 31 


Pedagogy 




... 14 


GreeK 




4 


Stenography ... 




1 


Music Department: — 






Piano 




72 


Pipe Organ 




1 


Violin 




4 


Cuitar 




2 


Voice Culture 




37 


Chorus and Sight-singing 




63 


Musical History 




18 


Harmony 




26 


Theory 




42 


Musical Analysis 




3 


Art Department: — 






Preparatory Antique 




6 


Antique 




8 


Still Life Painting 




17 


H?ad Class 




3 


Sketch Class . 




o 


Crayon 




9 


Water Color 




... 4 


Pastel 




1 


China Painting 




1 


Outdoor Sketch Class, 




2 


Boarders 




98 


Local Pupils 




108 


States and Territories Represented 


6 



COURSE OF STUDY. 



Preparatory Department. 

PRIMA R V CLASSHS. 

FIRST GRADE. 

Reading.— Applelon's Char:, Holmes's First Reader. Attention given to articula 

tion and punctuation. Begin with word method, afterwards introducing 

phonic and iiteral methods. 
Spelling. — Words in reading lesson by sound and by letter. Watson's Script 

Speller. 
Arithmetic— Oral instruction in tour fundamental rules. Numbers illustrated by 

objects and numeral frame. 
Writing.— Script work of reading lesson. Script Speller, and Potter and Ain5- 

worth's Tracing Copies. Printing words of reading lesson, on slate and 

blackboard. 

SECOND URMU.. 

Reading.— Holmes's Second Reader. Heart of Oak Series. Vol. I. for supple- 
mentary reading. Capital letters, emphasis, and inflection ta 

Spelling. — Words in reading lesson, names of common objects, days of the week, 
months of the year. etc. Harrington's Graded Spelling Book. 

Arithmetic — Addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Sanfords Pri- 
mary Arithmetic. 

Geography. — Oral lessons in local geography, cardinal points, etc., using globe 
and maps. Pupils draw maps of schoolhouse and town, locating familiar 
places 

Writing. — Script and printed work on slate and blackboard. Tracing Copies. 

THIRD URADb. 

Reading. — Holmes's Third Reader. Heart of Oak Serie; Vol. II. for suppler 
tary reading. Pauses, articulation, and phonics receive attention. 

Spelling. — Words in reader by sound and by letter. Harrington's Graded Spel- 
ling Book. 

Language Lessons.— Reed's Language Work. 

Arithmetic— Sanford's Intermediate. 

Geography. — Barnes's Elementary. Map drawing and mold:: 

Writing. — Appleton's Model Copy Book. 

In above grades, drills in object lessons, calisthenics, singing, and drawing. 



LACRANCB FEMALE COLLEGE. 25 

INTERMEDIATE CLASSES. 

FOURTH GRADE. 

Reading. -Holmes's Fourth Reader. Heart of Oak Series. Vol. Ill for supple- 
mentary reading. 
Hvqilne. — Child's Health Primer. Pathfinder Series. No. 1. 
Spelling. — Harrington's Graded Speller. 
Language Lessons. — Reed's Language Work completed. 
Arithmetic- Sanford's Intermediate completed. 
Geography. — Barnes's Elementary completed. Map drawing. 
Writing. — Appleton's Model Copy Book. 

FIFTH ORADE. 

Reading —Monteith's Science Reader. Heart of Oak Series, Vol. IV. for supple- 
mentary reading. 

History.— Eggleston's First Book in American History. 

Spelling. — Harrington's Graded Speller. 

Grammar.— Reed and Kellogg's Graded Lessons. Parsing, letter-writing, and 
punctuation. 

Arithmetic. — Sanford's Common School Arithmetic. 

Geography. — Barnes's Complete to Europe. Map drawing. 

Writing. — Model Copy Book. 

In above grades, drills in phonics, calisthenics, singing, and drawing. 



Collegiate Department. 

SUB-FRESHMAX CLASS. 

l Word Lessons Reed 

LANGUAGE J Fifth Reader Holmes' 

' Higher English Reed and Kellogg! 

MATHEMATICS. - Common School Arithmetic (completed) Sanford. 

NATURAL SCIENCE.— Complete Geography Barnes. 

LATIN— Easy Latin Method to Lesson 52 Harkness. 

AL MUSIC— New First Music Reader Mason. 

PENMANSHIF. - Muue! Copy Book Appleton. 

FRESH 'MAS CLASS. 

LANGUAGE I Word Lessons Reed. 

' Higher English Reed and Kellogg. 

HISTORY History of the United States and its People Eggleston. 

MATHEMATICS.-Algebra Sanford. 

NATURAL SCIENCE * Com P lele Geography reviewed. Map-drawing Barnes. 

( Popular Zoology Steele. 

LATIN.— Easy Latin Method completed Harkness. 

VOCAL MUSIC. -New First Music Reader Mason. 

PENMANSHIP— Model Copy Book Appleton. 



2b 



LACRANCh FhMALf COLLEGE. 



SOPtfO M ORE CLASS. 

i Word Lessons 
LANGUAGE ] Elocution 

' Higher English 
HISTORY. -Mythology 

MATHEMATICS ) J^ry ( four b. | 

NATURAL SCIENCE. -Botany 

LATIN. — First Latin Reading: 

VOCAL MUSIC— New Second Music Reader 

PENMANSHIP 

JUNIOR CLASS 

iMtfuiim Word Analysis 
LANGUACl , Rhetorjc 

HISTORY.— General History 



MORAL SCIENCE 



1 Ethics 

l Bible Outlines 



MATHEMATICS } %?™ t t ZJ™ m? * ,ed ' 
I I ngonometry 

i Physiology and Hygiene 

NATURAL SCIENCE ] Natural Philosophy 

t Physical Geography 

I Virgil — Aeneid (two books) 

LATIN ] Horace— Odes 

' Prose Composition — Part II. to Lesson 63 

VOCAL MUSIC— New Third Music Reader 

PENMANSHIP 

OPTIONAL STUDIES.— French. German, and Greek. 



Hamill. D- 

Reed and Kellogg. 

Berens. 

Wentworth. 

Wentworth. 

Steele's Wood. 

Arrowsmith and Whicher. 

Appleton. 



:iedy. 
Hill. 

G. M . 

G. M. Steele. 

Wentworth. 

Wuitworth. 

Smith. 

Avery. 

Maury. 

fearing. 

Anthon. 

Harkness. 

Mason. 

Appleton 



l The English Language 
LANGUAGE J Engli: h Literature 
' Shakespeare 



SESIOV CLASS. 

Kellogg and Reed, 

Raub. 

Hudson. 

Dgic Jevons-Hill. 

MENTAL SCIENCE ' Lessons in Political Economy and Civil Government. 

' Psychology Baldwin. 

MORAL SCIENCE * Christian f y ,P*™" ' r M £*T 

i Outlines ol the Bible G. M. Steele. 

Wentworth. 

Bookkeeping Williams and Rogers. 

i Astronomy Steele. 

NATURAL SCIENCE Geology Steele. 

' Chemistry William.*. 

( Horace -S. tires and Epistles Anthor 

LATIN J Tacitus— Germania or Agricola Tyler. 

' Prose Composition — Part II. completed Harkness 

VOCAL MUSIC. New Fourth Music Reader Mason. 

PENMANSHIP Appleton. 
OPTIONAL STUDIES- French. German, and Greek. 

In each of above clashes, compositions, phonic drills, and physical culture 



t '-og 
ILcs 



MATHEMATICS ( Analytical Ceometry 



LACHANGE F-hMALb COLLEGE. 27 



TEACHERS' CLASS. 

Management Baldwin 

Normal Mm hods Brooks 

Methods of Teaching Raub 

School-room Di . Shaw 

.;. Drawing and Sight- singing. 



Music Department. 

THIS DEPARTMENT offers a thorough course in vocal and instrumental music, 
theory, and musical history. Some of the teachers have had advantages of 
the best conservatory training, all are eminently qualified for their respective 
positions. The methods employed are those used by the best instructors of Amer- 
ican and European conservatories. Monthly recitals, in which pupils and teachers 
take part, are held in the Home Chapel. At these recitals, the director of this 
department criticises the tone, touch, position, expression, and general address of 
the performer, and pupils are trained and prepared for concert work. We invite 
attention to the graded courses below. The time required to complete a course 
will be determined by the pupil's previous attainments, and by the rate of progress 
as dependent on talent and industry. 

It is desired that all pupils taking the course in voice culture, piano, or pip. 
organ, should take the courses in theory and sight-singing, as they are deemed 
essential to an intelligent comprehension of the work. Piano and voice pupils 
must continue theory till the first three grades are understood. A new feature in 
this department is the prima vista piano classes. Pupils in and above the fourth 
grade in piano meet their teacher every Wednesday for a drill in sight-reading. 
Every music pupil has the advantage of learning to read ordinary music at sight 
The course in theory has been extended this year by the addition to the fifth grade 
of Goodrich's Musical Analysis, a text-book requiring a year's study. 

THEORY. 

Under theory is included notation, thorough-bass, harmony, double chants, 
chorals, and acoustics. Theory is kept in advance of execution that each step 
may be intelligently taken, and thus greater progress is attained. The course 
m theory wi.l compare favorably with that of the best conservators, and instruc 
tion is free to pupils in piano and voice culture. 

Course of Study in Theory. 

F1HS1 MM 

Palmer's Theory of Music. Part I. 
Notation and rudimentary principles. 
Written Exercises. 

SECOSli (MAM. 

Palmer's Theory. Part II. 

Major, minor, and chromatic scales. 

Chords and their inversions. Written exercises. 






I 



28 LAGRANGE Fi MM f- COLLEGE. 



in inn dRAiii. 

Palmer's Theory completed and reviewed. 
Thorough-bass. Written exercises. 

FOURTH (ikMIt:. 

Emery's Elements of Harmony to Lesson 43. 
Emery's Additional Exercises. 

/ II TH (ikAUL. 

Emery's Elements of Harmony completed and reviewed. 
Double Chants. Chorals. Harmonizing melodies. Acoust;. 
Richter's Additional Exercises. 
Goodrich's Musical Analysis. 

MUSICAL HISTORY. 

Pupils have access to a library containing the best musical hoiks and journals. 
In the fourth, fifth, and sixth grades, pupils are required to read biographies of the 
masters, and other musical literature. 

Course of Study in Musical History. 

FlkSl Yl.Xk. 

Lessons in Musical History (Fillmore). Reviewed with original 
sketches. 

SECOND YEAR. 
The Great Tone-Poets (Crowest). Biographical sketch of each composer. 

PIANO. 

Particular attention is paid to technic throughou. the course. To facilitate the 
attainment of correct position and touch, pupils are first taught to play slow I v 
With increasing strength and flexibility, rapidity of execution is acquired til! 
desired tempo is reached. Pupils who have completed the fourth grade in th' 
and piano, the first year in musical history, and a year in sight-singing, wtl 
ceive a certificate in instrumental music. Those completing the course in theory, 
piano, musical history, and first year in sight-singing, will receive a diploma. The 
weekly prima vista classes are free to all pupils in and above fourth grade piano. 

Tjf~No pupil will receive a certificate or diploma unless she has studied in ;his 
institution each of the required branches for at least one year. 

Course of Study in Piano. 

i irs i m \m 

Koehler. op. 249. Vol. I. 
Scales and finger exercises. 
Selected solos. 

■BOND (ikMit 

Koehler. op. 249. Vol. II. Duvernoy. op. i20. 
Major and harmonic minor scales. 
Selected solos. 

TtUltl) Ot/ADh. 

Koehler. op. 249. Vol. III. Heller, op. 45. Schumann, op. 68. 
Major, melodic, and mixed minor, and chromatic scales. 
Selected solos. 




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LAGRANGE FEMALE COLLEGE. 29 



i in kiii w t»e. 

Czerny. op. 299. Turner, op. 28. Heller, op. 47. Loeschorn. op. 66. 

Lebert and Stark's Piano School. Pan II. 

Chopin's Valses. Mozart's and Clementi's Sonatas. 

Scales continued. 

Solos by Kuhlau. Liszt. Bendel. Schubert. Schulhoff. etc. 

in m ouadl. 

Cramer's 60 Selected Studies. Kullak's 8va. Studies. 

Lebert and Stark's Piano School, Part III. 

Mendelssohn's Songs without Words. Chopin's Polonaises. 

Clementi's Cradus ad Parnassum. Beethoven's Sonatas. 

Scales continued. 

Solos by Raff. Haydn. Henselt. Schubert. Scharwenka. Moszkowski. etc. 

s; a th (iRAne. 

Moscheles. op. 70. Kullak's 8va. Studies. 

Bach's Inventions. Beethoven's Sonatas. 

Scales continued. 

Solos by Liszt. Weber. Wagner. Chopin. Rubenstein. etc. 

QfOAM 

Instruction on the pipe organ will be given by a graduate of the New England 
Conservatory. Cabinet organ is also taught. Those completing this course will 
be well fitted to take charge of choir and church music. 

Course of Study in Pipe Organ. 

Stainer's Pedal Studies. Whiting's Organ Studies. Books 1.. II. 

Whiting's Preludes and Postludes. Bk. I. Rink's Postludes. Bks. 1. V. 

Best's Pieces for Church Use. Bks. I.— VI. 

Art of accompanying. Hymns, ancient and modern. 

Buck's Motettes.'Bks. I., II, Best's Concert Pieces. Bks. I. -VI. 

Mendelssohn's Sonatas. Bach's Preludes and Fugues, Vols. I., II.. III. 

Best's Arrangements from Scores. Eddy's Organ in Church. Vols. I.. II 

Eddy and Gleason's Church and Concert Organist. 

VIOUS. 

This branch is taught by the most approved methods. The course of study 
consists ot scales, finger exercises, correct bowing etc.; Henning's. Fessenden's. 
and Schuberth's Studies, ensemble playing with pi ino and cornet: solos, duets, 
etc.. from best composers. Instruction on the guitar and mandolin will also be 
given by a competent teacher. Pupils furnish their wn instruments. 

*ifwT.siNai\a. 

This is a prominent feature of the institution. Every pupil in the collegiate de- 
partment has the advantage of a thorough course in vocal music, enabling her. 
wi'hout the aid of an instrument, tocingord nary music at sight. Pupils taking this 
course in sight-singing make more rapid and intelligent progress in voice culture 
as well as in instrumental music. We believe that pupils possessing the power of 
speech and an appreciation of melody may learn to sing ordinary music intelli- 
gently. The aim of this department is to develop among our pupils a musical taste 
and ability. Sight-singing, fundamental principles, glees, church music, cho- 
ruses, as well as harmony, are taught daily. The musical director with the sight- 
singing classes usually gives a cantata or light opera each commencement. 



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Course of Study in Sight- Singing. 

I IKS I UK Mil 

Blackboard work. New First Music Reader (Mason). 

Notation. Major, minor and chromatic scales. 

Ear-training. Drills in intervals. Seler Written exercises. 

■MM (IKADI 

New Second Music Reader (Mason i 
Review of rudiments Written exercises. 
Selected glees and choruses 

THIIfl< Ok Mil 

New Third Music Reader (Mason). 

Drills in chord singing. Selected choruses. 

FOURTH UltMlh. 

New Fourth Music Reader ( Mason and ' 'easie). 

Church music, including hymnolo) 

Choruses selected from standard operas and oratorios. 

For the benefit of pupils in Junior and Senior classes who cannot take full 
course insight-singing, a special shorter course has been arranged. It consists 
of blackboard work, drills in notation, scales, keys, intervals, etc.. with written 
exercises. Independent Music Reader (Mason) and Crown of Song (Leslie) a-e 
the text-books. 

VOICE CULTURE. 

Only experienced instructors of broad musical education are employed in this 
department. The teachers are graduates of America's best conservatories of 
music T he genuine Old Italian method is used. Since correct breathing is the 
basis of good tone, as well as of good health, breathing exercises are given 
throughout ths course. Noise and "forced" tones do not constitute singing. 
Pupils do not learn, parrot-likr a few songs the musical thought of which neither 
pupil nor teacher comprehends: but their voices are properly trained and devel- 
oped. Instruction is given in vocal physiology, tone production, true musical 
conception, and orthoepy as relating to singing as well as speaking. This course 
fits pupils for solo singing in concert and church, and for teaching voice culture 
properly. At the discrt'ion of the teacher, pupils are allowed to sing in public. Fe- 
male quartets are organu-d and drilled when voices are found adapted to such work. 

Pupils completing the first year in sight-singing and musical history, the fourth 
grade in theory and voice culture slve a rFR-npir.ATF in voice culture 

Those completing the courses in sight-singing, musical history, theory, and voice 
culture, will receive a diploma. 

ty No pupil will receive a certificate or diploma unless she !;.. In this 

institution each of the required branches (or at least one year. 

Course of Study in Sight-Singing. 

MM MM] 
Emerson's Vocal Method. Bonaldi's Studies. 
Breathing exercises. Vocal physiology. 
Setting the voice. Exercises adapted to individual. 
Diatonic scale, slow tempo, using vocal adapted to pupil. 
Selected solos. 



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SECOND OH A HI:. 

Marchesi. op. 1. Concone's 50 Lessons. Bordogni's 24 Vocalises. 
Breathing exercises. Slow trill. Blending register. 
Study of vowel and consonant sounds in English. 
Selected songs and ballads. 

THlKli OK A HE. 
Marchesi. op. I. Vaccai's Italian Method. Concone's 2S Lessons. 
Breathing Exercises. Trill. Italian melody. 
Study of vowel and consonant sounds in Italian. 
Selected arias and English songs. 

l-OVKTh ORAM 

Marchesi. op. 21. Panofka. op. 81 . Bordogni's 36 Vocalises. Bks. 1 .. 11. 
Breathing exercises. Expression and phrasing. 
Study of arias continued. Concert singing. 
Selections fiom oratorio and English songs. 

/ // 1 H OHAOE. 

Lampertis Studies. Bordognis 36 Vocalises. Bk. III. Marchesi. op. 15 
Breathing exercise:.. Expression and phrasing. 
Dramatic accent. Concert singing. 
Study of aria, recitative, and cavatina. 
Operatic selections in English and Italian. 

Art Department. 

An ARTIST of ability and experience is in charge of this department. Much 
/* work is done from nature and objects, and free-hand drawing is required. 
Pupils are taught not mere copying, but true art; hence their work has a life in it 
often wanting where only colored prints are used. The studio is fitted up with 
casts, studies, etc. There will be models to pose in the Head and Sketch classes. 
This department offers unsurpassed advantages in oil and crayon portraiture. 
The Art Hall is commodious, well lighted, and admirably adapted to its uses. 

Course of Study in Art Department. 

DRAWING CLASSES ) ^^° Ty ^^ { ° ne vear in each class ' 

PAINTING CLASSES ) He"dCUiss ! Two vears in each claSS ' 

SKETCH CLASS. 

All pupils except Preparatory Class are required to draw in the Sketch Class. 
Two criticisms a week are required in this class. 

Pupils wishing to enter th? Antique and Still Life classes must submit a cast 
drawing for examination. To enter the Head class a drawing of the head from 
life is required. No examination required for entering .he Preparatory class. 

Painting and drawing in every medium are taught, including oil colors, pastel. 
water colors, and china painting, drawing in charcoal, crayon, pencil, and pen 
and ink. Outdoor sketch class will be arranged for fall and spring study. No 
charge for sketch class and outdoor sketch class to pupils in the other classes. 
Those completing the courses in drawing and painting will receive a diploma. 



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Industrial Department. 

THIS depart:- 
following branches: ] 
A competent instructor has been on 
Regular lessons are given in cul 
given in plain ana ornamental 
Stenography and typewr 
punctuation, capitalization, busl 
of these practical branch!- acquired al 



Remarks on Course of Study. 



OPTIONAL STUDIES. 

rl LL optional studies, such ■ nd instrunv 

[' French. German, and Greek, ai 

h the regular studies of pupils. No pupil ha 
car. discontinue it without the permission of the F.. 
quest of the parent or guardian. P 
the A. B. course. 

SM3GUL sri dii s. 

Pupils who are deficient in eeru 
may pursue si, as will enable them to take a 

soon as possible. Such are catalogued a 

Graduates or those v 
studies, or to enjoy the advantage; of murii 
and. on finishing these subjects, may receive a ct- 
are enrolled as special pupils. Sp' 
subject to all reguli' i g pupilr. 

lion 7/r>\. 

Class elocution is taught fi 
course in elocution may receive insti 
vantages. For this a reas- 

// \CM:kS CLASS. 

This department will be undei 
teachers. .'um- 

bers of the teacher's class visit the I 
taught put into practice. To those ti 

ble as the model of a skillful < > : ■ )f the onf - I elve 

pupils that have taken this course, a majority have been en 
teaching. Tnose who a" 
certificates 






Industrial Department. 

THIS department is now a pet-man 
following branches 
A competent instructor has been employed to take- -.aking 

Regular lessons are giver. g. and mal 

also given in plain and orname: it 

Stenography and 'ypewritmf art •..-. 
punctuation, capitalization and social 

■-se practical branches may be acquired at a small c ' 



Remarks on Course of Stud\. 



OPTIONAL STUDIES. 

O - ptional studies, such as vocal and in- •■ 
/ French. German, and Greek, are taught so as to inserter- 
with the regular itu 

can discontinue it withe ut the permission of the Ft 
quest of the parent or guardian. Pupiis mud study La: 
the A. B. course. 

SI'ICIAL STl I)U v 

Pupils who ar- n ce r tain ; 

may pursue such studies as will enable them to take a regular c ;. 
soon as possible. Such are catalogued ■ 

Graduates or those «H 
studies, or to enjoy the advantag? I art. Such will be received. 

and. on finishing trv :.. may receive 

are enrolled as special pupils. Sp* 
subject to all regulations affecting boarding put 

ELOCUTION. 

Class elocution is taught tree in regular coi - 
course in ■ 
vantages. For this a reasonable fee is cha' 

TBA C I UM ' S Cl.\ss. 

This department will be under the direction 
teachers. r:iven to actual as well a: : 

bers of the teacher's class visit the I nation rot 

nt put into practice. To those intending to tea 
ble as the model of a skillful, experienced teacher 
pupils that have taken ti 

teaching. Those who attain to pi -r's 

certificates 



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BOOKKBBPtNO. 

Double entry, commercial law. and business correspondence are taught. This 
study is not optional, but is required of all members of the graduating class. Girls 
Id have a practical business education. Many lucrative and honorable posi- 
tions are open to women qualified to fill them; besides, every housekeeper should 
know how to keep a correct account of her income and expenses. Two hundred 
ani fifty-one ycung ladies have taken this course, and many of them are now 
filling positions where they apply practically the instruction here received. 

STUDY AS I) RECREATION. 

Pupils are rarely confined more thrn an hour at a time in study and recitation. 
'. stated intervals for recreation and exercise are incorporated in .he schedule 
of daily dutv. This system is favorable to order and discipline, and conducive to 
health of body and vigor of mind. 

PHYSICAL CULTURE. 

A specialist will be employed to give instruction in this important branch. The 
College will be supplied with the best gymnastic appliances. Pupils will also have 
I Ivantage of calisthenics and military drills. 

STUDIES OF BOARDERS. 

In addition to the study periods during the day. hoarding pupils study two and a 

half hours after tea. under the care of a teacher. No desultory or aimless study 

;->wed. This provision affords boarding pupils superior advantages. Under 

judicious regimen, pupils form habits of earnest and intelligent application: 

as a rule, our boarders stand among the foremost of the school. 

COURSES OF STUDY. 

There are three regular courses of study in the literary department, vi;.: Clas- 
sical. Scientific, and Post-Graduate. The classical course embraces the regular 
curriculum. The scientific course is the same as the classical. Latin excepted. 
The post-graduate course embraces advanced studies in language, science, and 
mathematics. Pupils must complete one of these courses in order to graduate. 
We intend that our diplomas shall mean something. 

ISSTRUMENTALITIES. 

The College is supplied with physical and chemical apparatus, new desks and 
maps, a fine microscope. Adam's Chronological Chart. Yaggy's Geographical 
and Astronomical Charts. Graham and Billing's Anatomical chart, and an elec- 
tric clock (The Autocrat) for running the various daily progran s. 

ATTENDANCE. 

Going to school is a business. Absence of one day each week is a loss of 
twenty per cent. What business can sustain such loss and prosper? Patrons 
should co-operate in securing the prompt and regular attendance of pupils. 

/ XAMlNATtONS AND REPORTS. 

There will be monthly written examinations, under such regulations as 'o afford 
a just criterion of the scholarship of each pupil. Each of the examination papers 



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thus produced is graded according to its excellence; and. from the average of 
these marks and records of aaily recitation, the standing of the pupil is obtained. 
At the end of each teim (three months), a report of pupils' standing in their 
studies, attendance, and deportment, will be sent to patrons. 

CLASS DIS ll\C TtOMS. 

Some members of the Senior class will be appointed to represent the class en 
Senior Day of commencement. The Faculty reserve the right to decide the nurr 
ber of appointees, and what parts shall be assigned to each. 

In the Junior class, the twelve young ladies having the highest class-standing 
will be appointed to read original essays during commencement. To compete for 
a reader's place in the Junior class, the pupil must enter college during the first 
four weeks of the session, pursue all the studies of the classical or scientific course. 
and stand all the class examinations. When a branch has been previously studied 
elsewhere, and the pupil gives satisfactory evidence of proficiency in the same, 
she may be excused from daily recitations, but mil stand the class examinations 
in that branch. 

In the Sophomore class the ten young ladies who excel in elocution will be ap- 
pointed to recite during commencement. To compete for a reciter's place, the 
pupil must have been a member of the class not less than three scholastic months 
preceding the time of appointment, and must have been pursuing all the studies 
of the classical or scientific cour'ie. 

No medals are awarded and no "honors" are conferred. 

DEGREES. 

Dergees will be given as follows- 1 . To those completing the classical course, 
the degree A. B. 2. To those completing the scientific course, the degree B. S. 
3. To those completing the post-graduate course, the degree A. M. 5. To those 
completing the course in piano, the degree B. I. M. (Bachelor of Instrumental 
Music i. 5. To those completing the course in voice culture, the degree B. V. M 
( Bachelor of Vocal Music). 6. To those completing the course in art. the degree 
B. Paint. (Bachelor of Painting). See pp. 27. 29. 32. 

TERMS AND VACATION. 

The collegiate year is one continuous session, beginning the third Wednesday 
in September, and ending the first Wednesday in June. It is divided into three 
terms: namely. Fall. Wini*r and Spring. The Fall Term begins Sep. 18. 1895: 
the Winnr Term begins Dec. II. 1895: the Spring Term begins Mar. II. 189b. 
and ends June 3. 1896. which is Commencement Day. 



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Expense*. 

Rales per Stholastk \ ear. 



PRU'ARA TORY DEPARTMENT. 

Fir-t. Second, and Third grades. , ... 

Founh and Fifth grades 

COI.I.EOIATE DEPARTMENT. 

Sub-Freshman class 

Freshman class 
Other classes 

Diploma (literary or music) 

Certificate (music) 

Library fee (due each stssion. on entrance) 

MUSIC DEPART MEM. 

Instruction on piano or organ 

Voice culture (single pupil) 

Voice culture (in class of two or more) each 

Sight-singing 

Violin, guitar or mandolin 

Use of piano one hour to one and a half hours per day 

Use of piano each additional hour per day 

Use of piano, to pupils in double music, two hours per day 

Use of pipe organ (including hire of organ blower) 

ART DEPARTMENT. 

Drawing (pencil, charcoal, or crayon) 

Crayon portraiture, pastel, or china painting 
Oil painting 

sPt.CIAI. STUDIES. 

Special elocution (single pupil) 

Soecial elocution (in class) 

Special harmony 

Dressmaking 

Typewriting, with use of instrument 

Stenography 

Special penmanship (for the course) 

Board, laundry, lights, aid fuel 

Board, laundry, and literary tuition (above Freshman class 



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Pupils desiring to take i or special rary 

course, can find out cost of same by I on precedli 

Our facilities for teaching are constantly being improved We furnish a ihon 
collegiate education at lower rates than is usually charged in institutions of si:: 
grade. Notice that keeping, i 

elocution, and physical culture are taught l arge. 

STIPULATIONS. 

All the above charges for board an*; paid or sa 

torily secured, one-third cash, one-third Dec. II. one-third March 11. New 
pupils are charged from the time of entrance to the close of term. Foimer puj 
returning after the term has opened, are charged tuition for the whole tern 
carried on with the same class. No deduction will be made for absence during 
the first two or the last three weeks of the session. No refunding of money 
paid for board or tuition unless serious iilness compels the pupil to be absent 
or more successive weeks. No charge for literary tuition is made 
ters of clergymen living by the ministry. We expect all dues to be settled before 
class distinctions, diplomas, or certificates are granted. 

~|f~Books. sheet music, stationery, and art materials are sold for 
Boarders, on entering, should deposit money to pay for I les. 

TO PATHONS. 

When you enter a pupil, it is clearly implied that you subscribe to all the con- 
ditions herein contained. Pupils are expected to observe the rules pi 
and patrons should not ask us to permit a violation of the same. 

Discourage visits home, since such absences impair scholarship and i 
ing. When necessary for pupils to go home, patrons should communicate directly 
with the President. The President reserves the rich; 

FOR PUPILS TO VISIT IN THE CITY OR ELSEW1' Pupils il 

not remain after commencement, free from College restrictions. Sue; 
is usually damaging. Parents, consider the interests of your children, and do 
not allow it. The association of College Home, together with the musica 
literary entertainments given, afford as many social advar I re best for 

them while at school. Pupils are not allowed to receive visitors, except in rare 
cases, and then at the discretion of the President. 

Write your children eixouraging letters. If any corr if taints are made. «n 
■nptly. If your daughter is sick, she will be properly cared for: if seriously 
you will be promptly notified. The health record of the College should remove 
all solicitation in regard to this matter. Do not send your daughter boxes of eat- 
ables, such as sweetmeats, cakes, etc. Most sickness arises from this cause. The 
fare of the College table is ample, and the same for pupils and teachers. 

Boarders keeping money in their roomsdoso at their own risk. Money should 
be deposited with the President, who will then be responsible 

We offer best advantages and n rati To succeed we must have 

prompt payments. As long as dues are unpaid, we. not you. are bearing the 
burden of your child's education. 




STUDENT IX FULL UNIFORM. 



GtiNHRA L IN FOR MA TION. 



LOCATION. 

I AGRANCE is seventy-one miles southwest of Atlanta, on the Atlanta and 
ly^A/est Point and the Macon and Birmingham railroads. It is located upon a 
high, rolling country, above the Pine Mountain rang*. It is noted for its beautiful 
gardens of flowers, its elegant homes, and the general culture of it; citizens. 
Through their generous efforts in establishing schools and colleges. LaGrange 
has long been famed as an educational center. 

HEALTHFULNESS. 

The healthfulness of LaGrange is proverbial. The elevated, undulating nature 
of the surrounding country causes a natural drainage: hence there is no sickness 
arising from malaria. Pupils can here enjoy a semi-tropical climate. — lacking 
the extreme cold of higher latitudes, and the intense heat of places less elevated. 

SITUATION. 

The Cille?e occupies a rrnst magnificent site, eight hundred feet abov^ sea 
level. College Hill is one hundred and three feet higher than railroad depot, 
affording a commanding view of surrounding country. Being situated one half- 
mile from business center of town, the College affords a quiet, beautiful retreat. 
where teachers and pupils board together and constitute one family. The late Dr. 
Sears said of the situation that he had traveled extensively in Europe and Amer- 
ica, visiting schools and colleges, but he had never seen one equal to this for 
beauty and adaptation. 

THE GROUNDS 
Are nine acres in extent: and. beautiful by nature, are diversified with terraced 
groves and gardens. In these shady walks and quiet retreats, the young ladies 
find healthful outdoor exercise and pleasant retirement. 

THE BUILDINGS. 

The main buildings are the College and College Home. In 1856. the property 
was sold to the North Georgia Conference for $60,000; and many improvements 
have since been made. A Urge well on the premises and the city water works 
furnish an abundant supply of water. The College and College Home are lighted 
with the best Edison electric lights. 

THE COLLEGE 

Is built of brick and granite, and covered with tin. making it fire-proof. It is 60 
by 120 feet, two stories high at one end and three at the other. The first floor 
contains recitation rooms, and is divider! by wide halls crossing each other at the 
center, thereby affording perfect ventilation. On the second floor are located the 
chapel, and a complete arrangement of music rooms convenient to the chapel 
and admirably situated for instruction and practice. Art and music rooms occupy 
the third floor. 









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THE COLLEQE CHAPEL. 

The Chapel is 60 by 100 feet, with a capacity for 1500 persons. It is beauti- 
fully lighted by large windows, and has five entrances. It has been pronounced 
by distinguished visitors, to be the largest co'lege hall in the S I 

COLLEGE HOMi , 

College Home is located one hundred feet west of the College, with which it Is 
connected by a brick walk. From the roof of this building, water flows towards 
all points of the compass. With improvements recently made, this Home con- 
tains Home Chapel, gymnasium, baths, and rooms for one hundred and twe 
five boarders. Each story has a h?'! running the entire length of the bur 
The second floor is reacher* by three broad stairways. The rooms for bom 
are eighteen feet square, with doors opening into these wide halls, and win 
or more windows receiving air and sunshine from without. These room 
thoroughly ventilated, having open grates, windows with wn. ioors with 

reversible transoms. Tne thickness of the walls is a protection against the ex- 
tremes of heat and cold, and the pupils find tneir rooms comfortable in i 
season. With our superior hygienic arrangements, it is not strange that College 
Home has had. for the past forty years, a health record unsurpassed in the S 

LAURA HAYOOO ) Ml HAH LOAS II \l>. 

Wm. S. Witham. of Atlanta. Ga.. has donated $10. COO as a loan fund, the in- 
terest on the same to be used for educating dependent j;irls. This fund is already in 
operation, several young ladies having enjoyed its tenelr the past session. 

Already there are more applicants for aid from the (una during the c >ming 
sion than can be granted. Will not some friend of Christian education ma 
loan or donation to meet these pressing demands ? 

] $ 'Circulars giving information concerning this kind and conditions on which 
loans are madi . will be furnished on application. 

LIBRARY. 

Many valuable books »nd periodicals have recently been added to the Library. 
Among the books of reference, pupils have access to seven encyc'opedias. and 
five unabridged dictionaries. Attention will be given to building up the Library, 
which is a valuable aid in acquiring a finished education. Money or books con- 
tributed will be gratefully received. 

LITLRAR V SOCir: TILS. 

The Irenian and Mezzofantian Societies are accomplishing much for the College. 
The societies meet in their respective halls each Saturday forenoon. Their ex- 
ercises consist of readings, recitations, debates, essays, criticisms, etc. 

ALUMS/E. 

The Alumnae of the College hold an annual meeting during commencement 
to revive the associations of the past, and contribute to the prosperity of their 
Alma Mater. 

UNIFORM. 

For the sake of economy, and to prevent any discontent arising from disparity 
i" dress, we have adopted a uniform. This will be worn on Sundays and on 



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is the 1 l iy Principal may prescribe. The uniform, consisting of 

lustrine, will i i at a cost not exceeding 

■ procure her uniform within three weeks after she enters 

college. Each young lady should have a black skirt as well as black tie to wear 

with uniform. For every-day wear no uniform is required, but parents are re- 

lr daughters plainly. Pupils must wear uniform during com- 

rTlen :nust be worn. 

\/ iTNBSS AND ORDER. 

Every efl ■• the utmost neatness and order on the part of the 

ig ladies, in the arrangement and care of their rooms, clothing, and persons. 
Tne rooms ot the boarding pupils are inspected daily, and notice is '?>.en of any 
i'jr. negligence, or untidiness. 

MORAL ASH RELIOlOl S ADVANTAOBS. 

We give constant attention to the moral and religious training of our pupils. 
Religious exercises are held morning and evening. On Sunday morning pupils 
attend such heir parents may designate. Bible lessons are part of 

irriculum. Sectarianism is eschewed, but we seek to commend the Chris- 
tian religion by precept and example. A religious a'mosphere has pervaded 
College Home during the past year. All the graduating class but two were mem- 
f the church. 

HEALTH. 

A close, intelligent super /isior is exercised over the health of boarding pupils. 

The Lady Principal has made medicine and the health of pupils a lifelong study. 

Ilmenta are promptly treated. In serious cases, the best medical 

advice is secured and competent nurses are provided. Choice of physician and 

he system of treatment rests with the parent: and, when made known to 

ipulously respected. All the conditions of propet sanitation 

lly observed, and pupils leave school in better health than when they 

DOMESTIC ARRAXUEMENTS. 

Th< partments of the College are accommodated each to four inmates. 

wardrobes, and chairs, are furnished by the Col- 
Each pupil must furnish her own sheets, covers, pillowcases, and towels. 
pupil should have an L. a gossain 

THE QOVBRNMBST 

Is mild but firm. The pupil is taught to respect herself and others, and at all 
propriety and decorum. Confidence between pupils and tiach- 
invited and secured. Such an esprit de corps is thus obtained as renders 
rigid di irely nece: 

REFERESCES. 

We refer to any of our patrons. Inquire of them whether our catalogue is a 
fair index of what we are and what we do. 






////. QOLLBQB CHAPBL. 

The Chapel is 60 by 100 feet, with a capacity for 1500 persons, 
fully lighted by large windows, and has five entrances. It ha:-, been pronounced 
by distinguished visitors, to be the largest college hall in the ! 

COLLI Ml. IIOMI . 

College Home is located one hundred feet west of the College, with which it is 
connected by a brick walk. From the roof of this building, water flows towards 
all points of the compass. With improvements recently made, this Home con- 
tains Home Chapel, gymnasium, baths, and rooms for one hundred and twenty- 
five boarders. Each story has a hall running the entire length of the building. 
The second floor is reached by three broad stairways. The rooms for boa> 
are eighteen feet square, with doors opening into these wide halls, and with two 
or more windows receiving air and sunshine from without. These rooms are 
thoroughly ventilated, having open grates, windows with weights, and doora with 
reversible transoms. Tne thickness of the walls is a protection against the ex 
tremes of heat and cold, and the pupils find their rooms comfortable in every 
season. With our superior hygienic arrangements, it is not strange that College 
Home has had. for the past forty years, a health record unsurpass-d in the South. 

LAURA HAYOOOD WITHAM LOAN FUND. 

Wm. S. Witham. of Atlanta. Ca., has donated $10. COO as a loan fund, the in- 
terest on the same to be used for educating dependent j;irls. This fund is already in 
operation, several young ladies having enjoyed its benefits during the pest session. 
Already there are more applicants for aid from the fund during the coming ses- 
sion than cm be granted. Will not some friend of Christia: 
loan or donation to meet these pressing demands? 

"^"Circulars giving information concerning this tund and conditions on which 
loans are made, will be furnished on application. 

UBMAHY. 

Many valuable books and periodicals have recently been added to the Library. 
Among the books of reference, pupils have access to seven encyclopedias, and 
five unabridged dictionaries. Attention will be given to building up the Library, 
which is a valuable aid in acquiring a finished education. Money or books con- 
tributed will be gratefully received. 

LITLRARY SOCfETtl S 

The Irenian and Mezzofantian Societies are accomplishing much for the College. 
The societies meet in their respective halls each Saturday forenoon. Their ex- 
ercises consist of readings, recitations, debates, essays, criticisms, etc. 

ALUMN&. 

The Alumnae o' the College hold an annual meeting during commencement 
to revive the associations of the past, and contribute to the prosperity ot their 
Alma Mater. 

UNIFORM. 

For the sake of economy, and to prevent any discontent arising from disparity 
in dress, we have adopted a uniform. This will be worn on Sundays and on 



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Principal may prescribe. The uniform, consisting of 
ip and gown of black lustrine, will be furnished at a cost not exceeding 
>. Each pupil musl procure her uniform within three weeks after she enters 
college. Each young lady should have a black skirl as well as black tie to wear 
with uniform. For every-day wear no uniform is required, but parents are re- 
quested to dress their daughters plainly. Pupils must wear uniform during com- 
me,; on the srAOS. when plain white dresses must be worn. 

\7 \l.\liSS AM) ORDER. 

Every effort is made to secut the utmost neatness and order on the part of the 
young ladies, in the arrangement and care of their rooms, clothing, and persons. 
Tne rooms ol the boarding pupils are inspected daily, and notice is taken of any 
--■nee. or untidiness. 

MORAL AND RBUQWVS ADVANTAGES. 

We g' v '* attention to the moral and religious training of our pupils. 

Religious exercises are held morning and evening. On Sunday morning pupils 
attend such churches as their parents may designate. Bible lessons are part of 
the curriculum. Sectarianism is eschewed, but we seek to commend the Chris- 
.•ept and example. A religious atmosphere has pervaded 
College Home during the past year. All the graduating class but two were mem- 
bers of the church 

HEALTH. 

A close, intelligent supervision is exercised over the health of boarding pupils. 

The Lady Principal has made medicine and the health of pupils a lifelong study. 

The slightest ailments are promptly treated. In serious cases, the best medical 

e is secured and competent nurses are provided. Choice of physician and 

he system op treatment rests with the parent; and. when made known to 

scrupulously respecttd. All the conditions of proper sanitation 

a-e carefully observed, and pupils leave school in better health than when they 

enter. 

DOMESTIC ARRANGE Ml MS. 

The sleeping apartments of the College are accommodated each to four inmates. 
Bedsteads, washstands. tables, wardrobes, and chairs, are furnished by the Col- 
lege. Each pupil must furnish her own sheets, covers, pillowcases, and towels. 
Each pupil should have an umbreiia. a gussainer. and overshoes. 

THE GOVERNMENT 

Id but firm. The pupil is taught to respect herself and others, and at ail 
to observe propriety and decorum. Confidence between pupils and teach- 
ers is invited and secured. Such an esprit de corps is thus obtained as renders 
rigid discipline rarely nece 

REFERENCES. 

We refer to any of our patrons. Inquire of them whether our catalogue is a 
fair index of what we are and what we do. 



40 LAGRANGE FEMALE I 

NOTE 

Our neat, economical uniform. 

Our well graded literary and music courses. 

$4000 spent in improvements recently. 

Buildings are brick, and boarding-house only Iwo stories high. 

Many of our pupils are teaching in prominent schools of the Slate. 

President and his wife have taught successfully for thirty nine years. 

Bible is laugh; in regular course. School religious, but not sectarian. 

Our teacher of sight-singing is one of the finest vocalists in the South. 

Regulations for Hoarding Pupils. 

PUPILS MUST 

Wear the College uniform. 

Meet visitors only in reception room. 

Contract no debts at stores or elsewhere. 

Pay for damage done to College property. 

Promptly report sickness to Lady Principal. 

Arrange room before leaving in the morning. 

Discontinue no study without permission of Faculty. 

Promptly obey rising, prayer, study, retiring, and schoo! bells. 

Observe the Sabbath, and attend Sunday-school and church in the morninp. 

pupils mtrsTMor 

Spend the m.'ht out of the College. 

Communicate with young gentlemen 

Sit in windows, throw cr converse therefrom. 

Leave grounds without permission and escort. 

Send or receive anything by means of day pupils. 

Visit sick or exchange rooms, without permission. 

Borrow money, jewelry, or clothing from each other. 

Receive visits from day ptipih or others without permission. 

Leave pianos open, or visit music and art rooms without permission 

TEN REASONS 

Why girls should at'end the LaGranje Female Colle • 

/. Location. Half-mile from business center. Beiutiful and retired. 

2. Health. Good water. Elevated, undulating country: no malaria. 

3. Boarding.— Pupils and teachers board together in College Home. 

4. Faculty. Trained, progressive. Zn^ajed exclusively in teaching. 

5. Literary Course. Well-graded. Best books and methods. 

6 Music. Unexcelled. Voice culture a specialty. Sight-singing daily. 

7. Art. Exceptionally fine advantages. 

8. Teachers' Class. Thorough course in methods and management. 

9. Bookkeeping. Taupht free in regular course. 
10. Expenses. Reasonable rates. No incidentals. 



LAGRANGE FEMALE COLLEGE. 4! 



Commencement Exercises, 1895. 



Friday. May .?/. 

S 30 p M. Exercises by Preparatory Department. 

Saturday. June I. 

10.00 a. m. -Meeting of Tt md Visiting Board from the North Georgia 

Conference. 

Sunday, June 2. 

!! 00 a. m. -Baccalaureate Sermon by Rev. W. C. Lovett. D. D.. Columbus. Ga. 

Monday. June 3. 

1C:00 a. M. -Recitations by Sophomore Class. 
4:00 p. m.— Art Exhibit and Reunion of Alumnae. 
8;30 v. m. — Dialect Readings by R. W. Burton. Auburn Ala. 

Tuesday, June 4. 

-Essays by Junior C 
1 1:00 a. m.— Address by Hon. W. F. Samford. Opelika. Ala. 
4:00 to 600 r. M. —Reception by Senior Class at College Home. 
8:30 p. m. -Cantata. Tyrolien Queen. 

Wednesday. June .5. 

9:00 a m. — Essays and Graduating Exercises of Senior Class. 

Baccalaureate Address and Conferring Degrees by the President. 



Calendar for 1895-96. 

September 18. 1895. -Fall . erm Opens. 
December 11. 1895. Winter Term Begins. 
March 11. 1896. -Spring Term Begins. 
June 3. 1896. -Commencement Day. 



North Georgia Conference Visiting Committee for 189S. 

REV. M. J. COFER. REV. J. A. TIMMERMAN, REV. T. R. KENDALL, D. D. 
HON. H. W. HILL. MR. GEORGE S. LATHAM.